Everyone and their mother is crankin’ out ‘Gangnam Style’ parodies these days. No, seriously-- don’t you remember the mother-son pair who did an awesome rendition of PSY’s giddyup move?
You’d think that after seeing versions from cats to Trekkies and everything in between we’d be a little sick of this craze, right?
As the Presidential election nears, political opinions are heating up. It's nice to put our political differences aside and remember we are all Americans. Sean Penn and Kid Rock try to do this in a hilarious video.
Not everyone was feeling Nicki Minaj‘s verse on Lil Wayne‘s flip of ‘Mercy,’ in which she implied that she was a Republican and voting for Mitt Romney. Her rap line has garnered her a slew of hate from radical Democrats on Twitter.
Politics can be frustrating, so we don’t blame you if you tend to ignore them. That said, it might be a good idea to at least be familiar with the major players, lest you think your girlfriend is cheating on you with one of them.
It seemed simple enough: a free app in which Mitt Romney supporters could take a photo and then send it out to Facebook or Twitter with one of 14 Romney campaign approved slogan like “I’m a Mom For Mitt” superimposed on it.
The app launched yesterday, to coincide with Romney officially capturing the GOP nomination by winning the primary in Texas. Everything would have been great except that there
We’re not really political types but you have to give it up to Hugh Atkin for his amazing parody of Eminem’s “The Real Slim Shady” that features Mitt Romney doing his best Marshall Mathers impression.
These days, it seems the only time Mitt Romney opens his mouth is to change his shoes.
On Wednesday, the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination added to an already long list of sound-byte-friendly gaffes when he told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien he’s “not concerned about the very poor.”
You’d think by now that politicians would know not to use popular songs on the campaign trail without first obtaining the artists’ consent, but it seems some presidential candidates just haven’t learned. Only a few days after Survivor sued Newt Gingrich for using ‘Eye of the Tiger’ without permission, rapper K’naan is threatening to go after Mitt Romney for playing his song ‘Wavin’ Flag.’