Thursday, March 15, 2012

'The Road We've Traveled' (Full Obama Documentary)

The full seventeen minute documentary from Davis Guggenheim is now on YouTube.

CNN: David Axelrod Compares Rush Limbaugh and Bill Maher

David Axelrod talks to Erin Burnett about the differences between Rush Limbaugh and Bill Maher.

Joy Behar Does Fred Armisen's Joy Behar Impression

"So what, who cares?"
ᔥ Huffington Post | ↬ Vulture

Obama Refuses to Drill in Your House

But he's open to more drilling pretty much everywhere else.

Obama Advisor on 'The Long Game' Strategy

HuffPost Comedy gets into the original video content game and gets in some harsh criticism against President Obama in the process.

Joe Biden Hits Gingrich, Santorum and Romney

Is this an implicit endorsement of Ron Paul?

Rick Santorum Doesn't Have Time for the Final Four

First Mitt Romney doesn't want to make any more bets. Now Rick Santorum says that unlike the President he's too busy to make a silly NCAA bracket. We already knew he doesn't like college...
ᔥ TIME | ↬ The Hill

Newt Gingrich Loves Life, Weather, Animals

He may not have the most delegates, but that's not getting Newt Gingrich down. This must be his version of Mitt Romney's "the trees are the right height" stump speech.

Obama Calls GOP Rivals the 'Flat Earth Society'

President Obama must have watched The Colbert Report on Tuesday night.

Mitt Romney Sits Out March Madness

Mitt Romney has learned well that people don't like it when he tries to bet on things.
ᔥ BuzzFeed

JIMMY KIMMEL: Santoromentum

"The twice daily, non-prescription medication absolutely not covered by Obamacare."

LETTERMAN: Martin Short Sings 'It's Raining Mitt'

Martin Short and Paul Shaffer publicly endorse Mitt Romney with a rousing version of "It's Raining Mitt."

COLBERT REPORT: Kermit the Frog Dissects the GOP Primary Race

Stephen Colbert invites Kermit the Frog on his show for some political analysis.

DAILY SHOW: Fox News is 'Fair and Colicky'

After Fox News' coverage of the Alabama and Mississippi primaries, Jon Stewart gives them a new slogan.