President Obama will not meet with world leaders as they gather in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. Whether it's because he's too busy campaigning or because he doesn't want to create headlines, opening himself up for attack, the move is being criticized by those on the right and the left.
What Obama's critics fail to note is that, despite being indisposed, he did take time out between television appearances to send quick messages to world leaders. We got our hands on a few of those messages, which we're now sharing with the world…
Tags: Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu, China, David Cameron, Iran, Libya, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Mitt Romney, Russia, United Kingdom, United Nations, Vladimir Putin
* A parody of President Obama's "The Road We've Traveled."
* Celebrate the Last Supper with Funny or Die.
* The Onion has a pretty good back-up plan for the nation's health care needs.
* A tank made out of books. Great idea to revive the publishing industry!
* Another group of profound questions about the Presidents, from McSweeney's.
* Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is apparently a huge fan of Jim Gaffigan.
Tags: Barack Obama, Daily Links, Funny or Die, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Military, The Onion
Every year, starting about five minutes ago, we at Indecision choose a handful of lucky nominees for a handful of categories to be in the running for the very prestigious Biggest Douchebag Awards.
This year, we are lucky to find ourselves being sponsored by Denis Leary's brand new, soon-to-drop Comedy Central special Douchebags & Donuts, which coincidentally has the word "douchebags" in its title. Synchronicity!
Here are the nominees. You choose the winners!
The Biggest Douchebag in the Republican Party
More nominees after the jump.
Denis Leary's Douchebags & Donuts premiers on Comedy Central Sunday, January 16 at 10pm / 9c.
Tags: Ben Nelson, Bill Maher, Eric Cantor, Glenn Beck, Harry Reid, Hugo Chavez, Iran, Italy, James Carville, Joe Barton, John Edwards, John McCain, Juan Williams, Karl Rove, Keith Olbermann, Kim Jong Il, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Michael Moore, Michele Bachmann, Michelle Malkin, North Korea, Pat Robertson, Rahm Emanuel, Rod Blagojevich, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Silvio Berlusconi, Venezuela, Zimbabwe
Then God said, "Let there be Twitter." But then he was like "oh shit, that's not what I wanted." And thus the news cycle was never the same…
Fathers are a lot like microwaves; if you have one as a child you'll be happy, if you have two then you will never be a viable member of society.
Trying to make this story more hilarious would be like trying to make plastic more awesome. It ain't gonna happen– Stephen, teach us your ways.
This is why they call him Mahmoud 'the jokester' Ahmadinejad. Cause he's always making jokes. Plus it just rolls off the tongue.
The only person to blame here is the guy who accidentally booked Katy Perry for Sesame Street instead of Zooey Deschanel.
Score one for the pragmatic benefits of owning bathtubs full of gold coins.
Why can't everyone agree on whether or not the recession is over? Isn't it just a straightforward self-evident thing based on not-bullshit?
Darwin party this weekend at my house– if you show up as 'evolution of dance' you will get bounced.
[This tasteless joke preemptively removed by the author in the spirit of avoiding large media conglomerate warfare]
There are entirely unpredictable and totally shocking surprises in the world, and then there's this.
It's crazy how all these perfectly normal patriotic heterosexual individuals keep joining various branches of the military and then suddenly become treasonous gays.
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Tags: DADT, Evolution, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Recession, Stephen Colbert, Tworld News