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He's like Ron Paul meets Ryan Seacrest, but with a lot more "m-fers." Yet, even in all this Beastie Boys-esque Ryan P90Sex braggadocio, my favorite part is the cluelessness of fake Mitt Romney who kind of plops around like the floppy android he is. Second best line (after "White people are back") is "Screw the sick and the poor like Jesus said ... if he had lived to read 'The Fountainhead.'"
What is this wet crap secreting from my eyes? (H/T Jezebel)
Geraldo Rivera recently fell into the victim blaming trap of "well ... what were you wearing" in the Trayvon Martin shooting death case. While saying that he believed George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old man who shot and killed Martin for walking-while-black, should be investigated thoroughly, he fell into the same logic trap many people fall into -- telling victims to modify their behavior rather than staying focused on the self-appointed Batman who stalked and shot a kid.
What I love about this is that if I didn't know this was an elaborate stunt to point out how ridiculous our campaign financing laws are put together by comedians Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart there's a good chance I'd think this was a for-really real ad. It's no less hysterical that what's passing for attacks these days. Dare I say it -- this satire is almost too good. (YouTube)
I'm just going to leave this right here ... so you can have your mind blown. Merry Christmas, everybody!(Alabama Shakes)
In this latest Funny or Die political video, Mike Tyson, former heavyweight champ and fan of his brother-in-law of five minutes, Michael "Black" Steele "In the Hour of GOP Chaos," has a little fun at Herman Cain's nonsensical expense. My favorite part? Where apropos of nothing Mike Tyson just shouts "CAIN!" There's also a clip of Tyson lampooning Herman Cain's "Imagine There's No Pizza," but that's not as good since the original version is so mind-numbing insane in its earnestness it can never truly be topped. (Funny Or Die)