Monday, January 30, 2012
Mitt Romney has gotten so confident about the Florida primary tomorrow that he's graduated from awkwardly speaking the words of his favorite song to leading a rousing sing-a-long.
Car companies really can't wait to get their long-form comedy Super Bowl ads out in the world this year. In this new spot, Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno battle over a car that appears to be expensive enough that most people watching the Super Bowl could never afford it.
Here's a little preview of the type of inflammatory rhetoric we could expect from Newt Gingrich is he were to get the GOP nomination and run full time against the President. UPDATE: Specifically, Newt wants Obama to respect "our religion" not "every other" one.
Just in case you were wondering if Herman Cain's endorsement of Newt Gingrich meant he no longer endorses "the People," here he confirms that they "are not exclusive of each other."
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.
This is reminiscent of Anthony Weiner telling Rachel Maddow he "wished" that was his wiener.
Matt Lauer has his colleague's back, asking Mitt Romney directly if he'll take down the ad using Tom Brokaw's voice and image.
In a sure sign that he's getting desperate, Newt Gingrich smoothly transitions from calling Mitt Romney a "moderate" to calling him a straight-up "liberal."
At a press conference for the UK premiere of The Muppets, Kermit the Frog attempts to be diplomatic about the accusations from Fox News about the film brainwashing children with Communist propaganda. Then Miss Piggy has to open her big mouth.