President Obama called the GOP tax plan “Robin Hood in reverse.” Here’s what that might look like.
Strapping his dog Seamus to the roof of his car isn’t the only way Mitt Romney is like Clark Griswold. Now you can relive his disastrous trip to London through the trailer for the family classic National Lampoon’s European Vacation.
In case you missed all five interviews, you can watch the highlights in 60 seconds.
Yet another example of Aaron Sorkin’s special brand of self-plagiarism.
Tonight, President Obama takes further steps to secure his second term by taking Brian Williams’ place and slow jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon.
Mitt Romney is the newest spokesperson for Etch A Sketch. “You can kind of shake it up and restart all of over again.”
What if the candidates had been honest when John King asked them to describe themselves with one word at CNN’s debate in Arizona?
For some insane reason, the producers of the Oscars have decided not to let The Muppets perform their nominated song on this year’s telecast. Let them know how you feel by joining the cause on Facebook.
Likening President Obama to Jimmy Carter and saying he’s waging a “war on religion?” Classic Gingrich.
Admittedly, this did play like an Obama 2012 campaign ad.
On “Meet The Press” this morning, David Gregory gives a little plug to “Saturday Night Live” and subsequently proves that Newt Gingrich does not have a sense of humor about himself.
SNL’s cold open looks forward to 2014 when Newt Gingrich finally gets his moon colony. “May divorce be with you.”
Santorum tries to shake things up with a new addition to the Santorum wardrobe, but CNN’s commentators are not impressed. “He should stick to the sweater vest.”
I decided to do the Obama 2012 campaign a favor and produce their first attack ad on Mitt Romney, telling voters everything they need to know in 10 seconds. You’re welcome.
If you’ve never seen Jenny Slate do the Marcel the Shell With Shoes On voice, this is your chance.
Sacha Baron Cohen tailors the teaser for his new movie to NBC’s Super Bowl broadcast.
Stephen Colbert finds nothing inconsistent about Herman Cain endorsing The People, Gingrich, and everyone in between.
After Gawker’s Jalopnik blog let the cat out of the bag on the mysterious Ferris Bueller Super Bowl ad teaser, Honda was forced to release the full extended version on YouTube a week early.