It turns out Newsweek picked the best possible photo of Michele Bachmann for their "Queen of Rage" cover.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Newt Gingrich put aside his talking points, so he wishes Chris Wallace had set aside his "gotcha" questions.
Some of the most contentious moments of tonight's GOP debate in Iowa featured the two Minnesotans Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty going at each other while Mitt Romney stood quietly on the sidelines.
All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.
Sesame Street responds to the Bert and Ernie marriage petition. [@BuzzFeed]
Seth MacFarlane solidifies his role as Roastmaster for the Charlie Sheen roast. [@HuffPostComedy]
Sarah Palin just happens to be visiting Iowa this weekend. [@DailyIntel]
David Cameron may be shutting down social media access for certain London rioters. [@EugeneMirman]
Chuck Klosterman reviews season two of Louie. [@Grantland33]
Using Barbara Streisand is a little cliche, but this definitely brings the point home well.
George Lopez talks about the end of his TBS talk show (and compares himself to Charlie Sheen) in his second-to-last monologue.
Governor Rick Perry talks through his decision to run for President with TIME's Mark Halperin.
"Yeah, I’m kind of getting to the haul-in point and the idea that, this is what I’m supposed to be doing. I mean, this is starting to get to that comfort level and I’ve got the calmness in my heart. I think that was a bit of a hurdle initially but I’m very calm in my heart that this is what I’m supposed to be doing."
Jimmy Fallon employs The Roots to portray Black Simon and Garfunkel, which is almost as awesome as last year's performance by Simon, Rock and Morgan from The Night of Too Many Stars.
Larry Wilmore has some advice for President Obama.
"We're in the red. It's time to go blacker."