They say Mitt Romney is a boring guy, but not when Canada's favorite son Sam Sisco draws him. (Oops! We meant to say "favourite.") MAD #515 features the return of Mr. Sisco to our pages, and he's in fine form with this incredible caricature of the less-than-incredible Republican candidate.
Despite losing three more primaries on Tuesday and trailing far behind His Mittness in the delegate count, Rick Santorum has vowed to remain in the race for the GOP presidential nomination. Is he a delusional douche, or a sanctimonious hypocrite? Either way, here are some of the reasons…
Satan rose to power after being cast out of Heaven. Rick Santorum has risen to power after being cast out of the Senate. But if you think the similarities stop there, think again, heathen!
The Huffington Post must have had a lot of extra space to fill — they've posted a preview of "The Banana Republican Catalog" from our new issue! Click here to see what Rick Santorum pairs madras shorts with and how Ron Paul accessorizes on casual days.
Take a look at this awesome illustration by Ward Sutton! It's for a piece titled "Lines Sure to Get Applause at GOP Debates" from our upcoming issue. To see more of Ward's amazing art and brilliant cartoons, head on over to his site, Sutton Impact Studio. Want to know what these shadowy politicians are saying to work this crowd into a frenzy?
So Donald Trump endorsed Republican presidential candidate (and fellow wealthy weenie) Mitt Romney in Las Vegas — because if there’s one thing Nevadans need to hear, it’s The Donald’s empty-headed political opinion. And perhaps unsurprisingly — given Trump’s bombast and Romney’s ineptitude — plenty of revelatory comments came from the stage.
Much to the disgust of true patriotic Americans everywhere, Mitt Romney has been cynically ending each of his vacuous campaign speeches by reciting the words to "America the Beautiful". Yesterday, he went one further and sang (horrendously) the beloved national song. Here are a few verses for him to sing at future campaign stops.
Tonight, Fox unveils the Kiefer Sutherland drama Touch, about a 10-year-old boy who can’t connect with other people. In the same time slot, MSNBC is premiering a similar show, about a 64-year-old presidential candidate with the same tragic problem. Here’s hoping that one of these productions gets the axe come November.