President Barack Obama just won the presidential election.
Yep! That means he got his second term -- four more years in the White House!
Sorry, Romneybot. It was fun while it lasted.
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Who says Democrats get all the cool endorsements?
Republican Presidential Contender Mitt Romney has landed the invaluable endorsement by Montgomery Burns, the diabolical millionaire from "The Simpsons."
In the ad, Mr. Burns confronts the number one threat to a Republican victory on Tuesday: the story of Mitt’s Irish setter, "Shamus."
“What’s that? You like being tied to the roof of the car?” Mr. Burns asks a twitchy dog brought in to play Shamus (who would be long dead by now). “Because it allowed you to see more of this great land of ours? And its wonderful natural resources, ripe for drilling and mining and exploiting …?”
To “put the issue to rest,” Burns lets Shamus choose between a Romney impersonator, offering up a steak, or an Obama impersonator, offering up one of Michelle Obama’s “healthy snacks.”
Take your pick America: Broccoli Obama or Meat Romney?
As Election Day looms over us like an evil Monday, a gaggle of constituents remain who have yet to make up their minds on whom they’re voting.
These “undecided voters” might also be classified as “conflicted voters”—meaning they like both candidates’ stances on a number of different issues.
Never fear! Put the Advil down and consider your electoral headache soothed, because BuzzfFeed has put together a super-easy quiz to determine which candidate is right – or at least better – for you.
Dog person or cat person? Snooki or Sammi ‘Sweetheart’? Chemtrails or tort reform?
These might sound like pointless questions, but they just might be indicators of which way your subconscious is pulling. Dog person? You’ll probably want to pass on Mitt Romney. Snooki? Barack Obama doesn’t even know what that is.
And, if all else fails, Eenie-Meenie-Miney-Mo it and call it another four years.
DiD yOu KnOw? ... Here's how Mitt Romney and Barack Obama stand on the real issues. [isidewith.com]
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The candidates have called off the East Coast campaigning out of respect for the 90 m.p.h. witch that is Hurricane Sandy.
But, that doesn’t mean their resources have to sit idle.
Mitt Romney is filling up a campaign bus of basic supplies -- like toilet paper, canned goods, and, of course, Ramen noodles -- in anticipation of victims stranded by the storm.
Curt Cashour, director of communications for the Romney campaign in Virginia, tweeted that the donations will be delivered to the victims themselves. Want to help? Donations are being accepted at all Romney offices in Virginia. Find a list of locations here.
We must admit that disaster relief is a much more appealing cause than political campaigning.
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Joss Whedon, the mastermind behind such classics as "Firefly" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," wants you to vote for Mitt Romney -- but, only if you're ready to face zombie apocalypse.
According to Joss, Mitt has "the vision and determination to cut through business as usual politics and finally put this country back on the path to a zombie apocalypse."
In his humorous PSA (below), as Joss he stocks up on supplies in his kitchen, he explains how Mitt's policies and campaign promises are no good for America. Unless, of course, you're looking to get your "Walking Dead" skills on.
Check out the funny parody (which already has more than 1 million views), below.
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They say a picture is worth one thousand words.
So, if you glance up at the above image, then you pretty much know the gist of the story about Eric Hartsburg and his latest tattoo.
But, allow us to give the details. ...
Yes, that's a Romney-Ryan campaign logo tattooed on the 30-year-old Indiana man's face. Yes, he's a registered Republican. Yes, he plans on voting for Mitt Romney. But no, he didn't exactly do this on his own initiative.
You see, Eric's an enterprising kind of guy and recently posted an ad on eBay -- offering to tattoo whatever the winning bidder wanted on to the side of his face. A Romney supporter with deep pockets won the auction by offering $15,000 and Eric said yes (though there were was larger offer that he turned down because it was for a lewd graphic).
Eric's reasoning to deface his face seems to be two-fold: he told one reporter "you only live once" (the long form of "YOLO"), and he told another that he sees it "as a way to encourage young people to vote."
But, don't worry Barack Obama supporters -- we doubt that seeing a campaign logo face tattoo will sway young swing voters -- especially since Eric's now auctioning off space for another tattoo on his forehead. Starting bid is $5,000.
God. Bless. America.
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President Obama canceled his campaign stops so he could keep a close eye on Sandy as it threatens the East Coast.
Meanwhile, GOPer Mitt Romney is making the rounds on the Left Coast -- and the Twittersphere.
Introducing "Romney Storm Tips," which is a collection of some of the funniest things we've (not) heard Mitt say in a long time.
Here's a peek:
We're not sure who is behind this clever Twitter account, but it's got us LOLing all the way to our second homes.
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Somebody, revoke this man's NRA card!
Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney’s son Tagg admitted to having a brief fit of anger when Barack Obama accused his father of not being honest with voters.
In campaigning for Mitt, Tagg hit up the local radio station in North Carolina after the second debate.
“What is it like for you to hear the President of the United States call your dad a liar?” the interviewer asked.
“Well, jump out of your seat and you want to rush down to the debate stage and take a swing at him,” Tagg responded with a laugh. “But you know you can’t do that because, well first because there’s a lot of Secret Service between you and him, but also because that’s the nature of the process.”
Following the final debate, Tagg apologized to the prez onstage and the two families shared a few laughs.
Sure, all’s fun and games ... 'til someone gets decked.