Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) took a drink of water during his GOP rebuttal to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address. No seriously, that’s the news story here. But in a day and age when social media can turn any small gaff into a potential PR nightmare, Rubio’s thirst-quenching act has gone viral.
Saturday Night Live has always relied on political figures to provide a good deal of its spoofing material, and almost-presidential Republican candidate Mitt Romney is no exception. During the Republican primaries, comedian and SNL mainstay (but maybe not for much longer?) Jason Sudeikis has taken the reins poking fun of Romney as a mediocre and tepid candidate.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker's South Park teased Wednesday night's show by poking fun at the GOP debates with Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul, but the actual epsiode took a left turn after the opening scene, absurdly poking fun at Internet memes like planking and Tebowing by creating new memes after celebs Faith Hill and Taylor Swift.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker put their own spin on the GOP debates that have been entertaining the nation in the next episode of South Park, entitled "Faith Hilling," to air on Comedy Central Wednesday night.
Sparks flew last night as the four remaining GOP candidates came together in a final, boisterous debate two days before South Carolina's primary — but Newt Gingrich's love life may have stolen the show.