Hurricane Sandy Is Bigger Than Politics of the Day

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In an appearance on this morning's Fox and Friends, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was asked about a potential visit to the state by Mitt Romney. Christie was pissed:

"I have no idea, nor am I the least bit concerned or interested. ... I've got a job to do here in New Jersey that's much bigger than presidential politics. ... If you think right now I give a damn about presidential politics, then you don't know me."

Governor, you're doing it right.

(Skip to 2:15 for the good part.)

The Greatest Generation Talks Politics of the Day

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Sh*t just got real. And hilarious.

(Not Safe For Work -- expletives and old-people fist bumps.)

Joss Whedon For Romney (Sort Of) of the Day

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The Avengers director's endorsement of "Zomney" is a bit unconventional:

Like a lot of liberal Americans, I was excited when Barack Obama took office four years ago. But it's a very different world now. And Mitt Romney is a very different candidate, one with the vision and determination to cut through businesses' usual politics and finally put this country back on the path to the zombie apocalypse.

Romney is ready to make the deep rollbacks in health care, education, social services, reproductive rights, that will guarantee poverty, unemployment, overpopulation, disease, rioting, all crucial elements in creating a nightmare zombie wasteland. ...

Let's all embrace the future. Stop pretending we care about each other, and start hoarding canned goods. Because if Mitt takes office, sooner or later the zombies will come for all of us.

Preschool Political War of the Day

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Watch as playtime turns into a vicious Romney vs. Obama faceoff.

"I had no idea they had ever heard of Romney or Obama!" says mom Sara. "Didn't know they were learning about politics in preschool!"

[thanks, peter!]

Lena Dunham's First Time of the Day

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The brazen creator and star of HBO's Girls wins for Most Controversial Obama video; libs love it, naturally, while conservatives are calling it "the height of vulgarity":

"How could a president with two, young blossoming daughters release an ad as disgusting as this," tweeted John Notle, Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News.

Meanwhile, the staff at Slate note that Dunham was born on May 13, 1986, which means she was 18 years old during Bush vs. Kerry in 2004 -- so why didn't she vote then?