Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Jon Stewart wonders why if President Obama's foreign policy is so terrible does Mitt Romney suddenly agree with everything he's done.
Last month, Nate Silver said, "I've been thinking about starting a hedge fund, just to invest in whatever [Dick] Morris says won't happen. You have to actually be quite skilled to be that bad." Based on that assessment, President Obama has this election in the bag.
At the final Senate debate in Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock affirms that the life of the mother is the only exception he makes for abortion.
"I've struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from god. And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."ᔥ ThinkProgress And... here's Mitt Romney endorsing Mourdock.
Lindsay Lohan impulsively endorsed President Obama last night before taking it back. ᔥ NYMag Ellen DeGeneres feels pretty strongly about President Obama. ᔥ Politico Would you take the time to vote if you got $40 worth of weed as payment? ᔥ Death + Taxes Jay Leno is soliciting questions for President Obama on his Facebook page and surprisingly his fans are being totally obnoxious about it. ᔥ Facebook It's officially the first time in 24 years that the words "climate change" were not mentioned at a presidential or VP debate. Problem solved? ᔥ ThinkProgress[Image ᔥ HyperVocal]
Just like Paul Ryan, Fox News' Megyn Kelly didn't see what was so funny about President Obama's "horses and bayonets" line and can't believe members of the media would dare laugh at it.
Rob Corddry and Thomas Lennon play American for Money PAC's Krabbe Brothers in this new animated series from Comedy Central. In this preview, a Weekend at Bernie's situation leads to yet another Mitt Romney "Gangnam Style" parody.
W. Kamau Bell made a joke about the president getting some rest during the first debate on Totally Biased that Obama appeared to repeat at the Alfred E. Smith dinner Thursday night. While Bell did tape his segment before the dinner, it didn't actually air until after Obama's speech. So we'll just chalk this one up to "great minds think alike."
Before we get the songified version of the final presidential debate, here's every country that was mentioned to the tune of the Animaniacs theme song. ᔥ Jest
Samantha Bee and Jessica Williams are groupies at the Phish concert that is President Obama's final campaign for president.
If the spin on last night's final debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney hinges on who appears more "presidential," these two new ads should help clarify the situation.