On Tuesday, President Barack Obama was re-elected, which means, of course, that Mitt Romney lost. But if Romney had won, the president-elect would have needed a website. It makes sense that his staffers would have prepared one. But if the fool who accidentally published it wasn't already out of a job, well, he should…
Cable news is typically a spewing valve of yelling heads in strategically fair and balanced suits screaming franken-words that sound intelligent but really only exist to make your blood curdle and/or ooze out of your ears. A lot of people hate that. I don't because they're all freaking hilarious when it comes to using…
The second presidential debate is tonight, so make sure your bullshit detector is on full blast. No matter the candidate you're rooting for, politicians are politicians—they're full of it. You certainly want to watch the Lehrer-directed circus with a discerning eye, which is exactly what a new site called …
Tumblr will be covering tomorrow's presidential debate in the best way possible—by live-GIFfing it. And suddenly, the election became almost tolerable.A dream team of GIF masters—, , , and —will be creating these animations in real time and posting them to .
Seriously. I mean, we rag on these politicians all the time for their social media gaffes, but does anyone really care? Does it matter to you, when it comes to actually punch your ballot, whether Romney's app misspelled America or Obama was a little loose with his volunteers' kinda private information?
Paul Ryan. Paul Ryan is Mitt Romney's running mate. No doubt you've already heard. You been hearing about it for hours now, but you didn't hear it first from Romney's dedicated app, which promised punctuality but showed up hours late to the party.
A North Carolina woman named Crystal Harris was minding her own business, listening to Garth Brooks on the Pandora iPhone app, when she was hit with a prompt asking her to share her email with the Mitt Romney campaign. If this is the future of political advertising, we all might as well throw our phones in a pile and…
Election day is still three months away, so if you haven't picked your pony, it's almost time to put your money on either Obama or Romney. Just in time to help you decide, the incumbent has released a new app. And hey! He didn't even misspell America!
Oh, Mitt. This feels almost too easy. First you launched that self-promoting iPhone app that misspelled America. AMERICA! The country you're trying to convince us to let you run. I can understand a typo—but good god, double-check the important shit, man.
It seems Yelp's latest update for iOS has added, among other app-wide improvements, support for Mitt Romney's spirit nation, Amercia.
Apple's 1984 Super Bowl ad is incredible. I still get the shivers every time I see it, which is probably why Rick Santorum's campaign is trying to use it to rally the people against Mitt Romney. But what exactly is Santorum's revoltution?
Looks like Rick Santorum's not the only Republican frontrunner to have a "Google" problem. Mitt Romney has one now, too. If you Google "Romney", the third search result is SpreadingRomney.com, which provides hapless browsers with a not-so-flattering definition for the candidate's name. Because internet.