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?

Because Cheetos of the Day

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More than 4,000 Cheetos were harmed in the making of these portraits. By artist Jason Baalman.

The Final Debate Gets Songified of the Day

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Previously: Debate 1, Debate 2, and the VP Debate.

Say What Now: Ann Coulter Edition of the Day

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Charming, as always.

Battleship: Election Edition of the Day

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The fact-checking of Monday night's debate is in full swing -- but don't get so into it that you miss the 50 Funniest Reactions To The Final Presidential Debate.

Well played, Internet.

When It Comes To Drone Strikes of the Day

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Obama is all about using unmanned aircraft to kill suspected terrorists. From Slate:

Since Obama took office, media outlets have reported more than 300 drone strikes in Pakistan targeting al-Qaida or the Taliban, outnumbering the Bush administration's drone strikes five to one. ...

This map, which is based on data from the New America Foundation, displays the location and kill count of reported drone strikes since 2004 and shows that Obama has greatly extended the drone program.

Be sure to investigate this map -- it's interactive!

See more at Slate

Round 3 of the Day

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Heeeeere we go!