The "Support Israel, Defeat Jihad" posters in the NYC subways are getting the highbrow vandalism they so clearly deserve. ᔥ Mediaite Iran is boycotting the Oscars over Oscar-hopeful Innocence of Muslims. ᔥ FilmDrunk Jonah Lehrer's defense of his plagiarism scandal probably won't be published in The New Yorker. ᔥ The Atlantic Wire It's National Voter Registration Day, so get on that! ᔥ National Voter Registration Day
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Like his buddy Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Paul Ryan takes a surprisingly pro-union stand by demanding the NFL reinstate the official referees. And, so it doesn't just seem like he's randomly complaining about the Packers losing, he stretches it into an attack on President Obama.
Joel McHale, Jane Lynch, Neil Patrick Harris and more of your favorite celebrities tell you why they're voting this year.
In a confrontation between the two Massachusetts Senate campaigns, Scott Brown supporters, including his Chief of Staff, resorted to "Indian war whoops" and "tomahawk chops." At least they can all agree that the Yankees suck. ᔥ BuzzFeed
President Obama doesn't think electing Mitt Romney will destroy America, but he wouldn't recommend it.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson starts next year's Emmy campaign early with this attack ad on his Modern Family co-star Eric Stonestreet who's stealing jobs from gay Americans.
Mitt Romney admits that the only reason he chose to speak at the Clinton Global Initiative was the possibility of public praise from the former president. "A few words from Bill Clinton can do a man a lot of good."
Somebody had to make fun of Mitt Romney for this and Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were taking a well-deserved post-Emmys break last night.