* Jason Sudekis reprises his Romney on SNL. Keep watching to see the hilarious parodies of Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl commercial.
* Mitt Romney's Pintrest account.
* Valentine's Day cards from the romantic GOP contenders.
* Pro-Choice Senator tries to outlaw masturbation, from Buzzfeed.
* A member of the FBI laments the commercialization of his profession.
* President Obama's strategy includes asking voters not to upset his children's social life, from The Onion.
Tags: Auto Industry, Chrysler, Clint Eastwood, Daily Links, Malia Obama, Mitt Romney, Oklahoma, Sasha Obama, Saturday Night Live, Senate
* SNL takes on the Newt Gingrich moon colony.
* Joe Mande: Twitter's political prankster, from Politico.
* The Many Loves of Mitt Romney, from Vice.com
* From The Onion, a congressman is sad to learn that a lobbyist isn't really his friend.
* An Osama bin Laden zombie movie is coming out, provided it gets enough funding.
Tags: Abortion, BuzzFeed, Daily Links, House of Representatives, Lobbyists, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Osama bin Laden, Planned Parenthood, Saturday Night Live, The Onion, Twitter, Washington DC
* Jason Sudeikis warms up his Mitt Romney impression on SNL.
* Via HuffPo Comedy, Bill Maher's new rules.
* People are talking about Huntsman (well, 3 people), from The Onion.
* Great responses to Romney's "dog on the car roof" story.
* If Politicians ran on issues the internet cared about, from Cracked.
Tags: Barack Obama, Bill Maher, Daily Links, Internet, Jon Huntsman, Mitt Romney, Saturday Night Live, The Onion
* SNL plays the Trump card.
* Christmas cards from Presidential hopefuls, from Funny or Die.
* What happens when the GOP cancels Fresh Air? The Onion reports.
* I bet Mitt Romney $10,000 that he wishes he hadn't said that.
* Eddie Murphy to star in Spike Lee's Marion Barry biopic because the world is made of magic.
Tags: Barack Obama, BuzzFeed, Christmas, Daily Links, Donald Trump, Eddie Murphy, Funny or Die, Marion Barry, Mitt Romney, NPR, Republicans, Saturday Night Live, Spike Lee, The Onion
* Remember back when newly-appointed Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich ushered in a golden age of Republican dominance and Chris Farley walked the Earth as a comedy giant?
* Oh, wait, scratch that. Looks like it was actually Rick Santorum who ushered in that Republican golden age. Serves me right for believing books and historical records.
* Dan Quayle offers his support to Mitt Romney, in an obvious act of JC Penney's model solidarity.
* Chelsea Clinton finally owns up to being a Clinton.
Tags: Chelsea Clinton, Dan Quayle, House of Representatives, Newt Gingrich, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Santorum, Saturday Night Live