Our inbox has been absolutely inundated with hot videos showing PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES in VIDEOGAMES! Because of course, we're not all sick to death of hearing the names "Obama" and "Palin" over and over again. Oh, and that other guy who nobody cares about because he's just an old white guy.
God, it's always so fresh and exciting to find out what those wacky gamers have put Obama in next. You never know what game he'll pop up in, and it's always so hilarious to see the same generic black man in a suit that has been cobbled together using character creation tools.
Obama/Palin in Spore! Obama/Palin in Wii Sports! Obama/Palin in Second Life. Oh the sheer brilliance of it all. I really wish I could post all the jawdropping videos of presidential candidates in videogames, but I might stab my own eyes out with a dog's cock ... out of sheer comedy overload, of course.
As a side note, don't forget to vote today! You OWE it to the country! Your forefathers FOUGHT and DIED on the CROSS for your RIGHT to VOTE! You should all vote for Obama because he's on TV a lot and he's really trendy. Yes, society has reached the point where even politicians can and will be used as fashion statements! But just remember that this election, just like the last one, is the most important election of all time.
So go vote and pretend that you give a sh*t about politics for just one day. Remember, when the election's over, everything will be totally different.
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