* Tim and Eric's path to the Presidency.
* President Obama's hoop dreams.
* Our journey to today, via graphic novel.
* The returns for South Park have come in.
* Things to do while you wait in line to vote.
* Paul Ryan has a reminder for displaced voters.
* Can you spot the dangers in this voting booth?
* Your guide to avoiding social media bullshit today.
* Public health campaigns have never been so unhealthy.
* Hahajk's Guys With Feelings spill their guts about the election.
* McSweeney's has compiled some excellent Election Day reading.
* Mitt Romney calls David Letterman to shoot the shoot on national T.V.
Tags: Daily Links, David Letterman, Election Day 2012, Facebook, Funny or Die, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, The Onion, Twitter
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Chico Aburrido: If Facebook were an island and we had to resort to cannibalism, Romney would be the most primitive and the best target for consumption.
Deven Smith: If Mitt wins I will shoot myself in the face.
Beau Barbour: Mitt the UK HATES YOU
Walter Barnard: ROMNEY U SUCK And I APPROVE This Message
Joshua Kronske: You can look into the face and eyes of Romney and see the deceitfulness and lies. It just extrudes from his pores.
Tags: Barack Obama, Election Day 2012, Facebook, Mitt Romney
The latest average of national polls gives Barack Obama a .4% lead, while swing state polls from Ohio to Virginia put the president in a strong position to win the electoral college.
Nevertheless, there was always hope for Mitt Romney. State polls, which Nate Silver alchemizes into a prediction using a magical formula known as "finding the mean," may well be overestimating the Democratic share of the electorate. Others argue that polls tend to overestimate the performance of incumbent presidents.
But it's hard to see how Mitt Romney recovers from something he has managed to avoid all these months: a Sarah Palin Facebook endorsement…
Tags: Facebook, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin
Facebook is good for two things: provoking family members who don't share your political opinions and trolling for OPP (other potential presidents)…
Suspicious that his live-in girlfriend was planning an affair, a Tennessee man confronted the woman after spotting a photo of an unknown guy on her Facebook page, according to a police report.
As it turned out, the woman was looking at a picture of Mitt Romney. Her boyfriend was apparently not satisfied with the explanation, though, which I can relate to because I'm not satisfied that anyone doesn't know what Mitt Romney looks like at this point. After a tussle for the laptop, the police were called, and the man was charged with domestic abuse. Maybe they'll teach him about Mitt Romney in jail.
While there's never an excuse for domestic violence, you can't blame women for wanting to vote Romney. Those silver sideburns and carefully dyed coif, that come-hither blank stare, the skin tanned by more vacation hours than most of us will see in a lifetime… No doubt about it, Mitt Romney is a handsome man. He might be bad for women, but he'll look good doing it.
Some women like the bad boy. The kind of hot-blooded man who gets jealous of another city's Olympics preparedness and then takes it out on the Palestinians. Some people say he's no good, but they just don't know the real him. When it's just you and him, he's almost like an actual human being. Who cares if he's the #2 cause of domestic violence among men who have no idea what's been going on in politics for the past twenty years?
At least he has nothing to do with the #1 cause, which is probably mandated healthcare from that Obama.
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Tags: Economy, Facebook, Mitt Romney, Tennessee, Women's Rights