* Jimmie Kimmel says the darndest things to kids about politics.
* Americans react to potential Congressman Joe the Plumber, from The Onion.
* It's like Norbit, but with Jimmy Fallon acting out every GOP candidate.
* An email you wish Obama would send you, from Funny or Die.
* Conan figures out what Hank Williams, Jr. is up to now.
* Comedian Reggie Brown's "Obama" gets a second chance on Real Time with Bill Maher.
Tags: Barack Obama, Bill Maher, Conan O'Brien, Daily Links, Funny or Die, Hank Williams Jr., Herman Cain, House of Representatives, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Joe the Plumber, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Perry, The Onion
* If you like Sean Penn, you're probably a Democrat. If you like Jon Voight, you're probably a Republican. If you like Taylor Lautner, you've probably suffered a severe head trauma, possibly in, like, a really bad car accident or something.
* Barack Obama is the loneliest POTUS in the whole entire country.
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Tags: Adolf Hitler, Barack Obama, Democrats, Economy, Football, Hank Williams Jr., Herman Cain, Music, Pork Barrel, Primaries, Republicans, Sports, Television
* Remember when people used to say nice things about President Obama? He doesn't either.
* Some politicians take job creation very seriously, and then there's this guy.
* "Hank Williams, Jr." makes a valid argument about cats with Hitler mustaches.
* This would win a caption contest.
* Jesus believed in free parking for everyone? Sounds like socialism.
* Patton Oswalt discussing Occupy Wall Street and the free market: The idea of grunge rock was amazing, but unfortunately, Limp Bizkit got ahold of it.
Tags: Adolf Hitler, Barack Obama, Christianity, Daily Links, Florida, Hank Williams Jr., Michelle Obama, Occupy Wall Street, Patton Oswalt, The Onion, Unemployment
After 23 years of listening to a bastardized version of "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight," fans of Monday Night Football* were forced to watch the game without the benefit of the popular intro, after ESPN pulled the "are you ready for some football?" segment from last night's broadcast. The action came on the heels of Fox News' decision to seek expert insight from the song's performer, country singer and keen political analyst Hank Williams, Jr…
In an interview Monday morning on Fox News' "Fox & Friends," Williams, unprompted, said of Obama's outing on the links with House Speaker John Boehner: "It'd be like Hitler playing golf with (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu."
Asked to clarify, Williams said, "They're the enemy," adding that by "they" he meant Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
Anchor Gretchen Carlson later said to him, "You used the name of one of the most hated people in all of the world to describe, I think, the president." Williams replied, "Well, that is true. But I'm telling you like it is."
To be fair to the Hankster, I understand his bewilderment at ESPN's reaction to his comments. After all, once you've changed your name from Randall Williams to Hank Jr. in order to more closely associate with your infinitely more talented father, every other analogy sounds pretty tame by comparison.
* Ironically, America's most socialist sport. Think about it: stringent salary caps and a revenue sharing scheme that divides TV income among the 32 teams. Where is Glenn Beck's blackboard when you need it?
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Tags: Adolf Hitler, Barack Obama, Football, Fox, Hank Williams Jr., John Boehner
The state of Colorado, whose 9 electoral votes may hold the key to the presidency, got a November surprise last night courtesy of Hank Williams, Jr., who rode his dead father's coattails all the way to a Sarah Palin rally last night.
And there, he broke the news that the liberal mainstream media was too French to report: Barack Obama hates the National Anthem…
Singer Hank Williams, Jr., who has become a regular warm-up act on the campaign trail for Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, said that Sen. Barack Obama is "not real crazy about" the national anthem before singing the Star-Spangled Banner at a rally in Colorado Springs, CO this evening.
"You know, I’m usually at Monday Night Football tonight, but Colorado, this is a lot more important tonight," Williams said at an airport hangar rally in Colorado Springs. "Join me now in our national — you know, that song that, uh, Mr. Obama’s not real crazy about, we’re singing it right now."
Apparently Williams received the right-wing chain e-mail that claims Obama wants to replace our current Anthem with "I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing." (Whereas John McCain has reached out to the Williams base by proposing it be changed to "Are You Ready For Some Football?")
Unfortunately for Williams, he may have dropped the bomb a few weeks too late. Colorado allows early voting and, given its extreme popularity in the state, many residents cast their ballots long, long ago.
Not as long ago as the last Hank Williams, Jr. hit, mind you, but long ago nonetheless.
Tags: Barack Obama, Colorado, Hank Williams Jr., Sarah Palin