"This message was approved by everyone."
Simpsons and Family Guy veteran Lucas Gray has reimagined the tired campaign ad -- watch as an April Obama speech on trickle-down economics and the American dream comes alive with bobblehead politicos and pundits.
Barry Blitt, on his latest New Yorker cover: "This image seemed like a proper response to the first Presidential debate, but I'm not sure I realized how hard it is to caricature furniture."
Could have been worse, he could have had to actually talk to the chair.
At least we can all agree on one thing: their houses are probably nicer than all of ours.
"No props, notes, charts, diagrams, or other writings or other tangible things may be brought into the debate by any candidate."
The Gregory Brothers are at it again, this time with an autotunerrific version of Wednesday night's debate.
MC Lehrer wanted a verse, but no one was having any of that noise.
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