How are you going to get through the next 24 hours of election news, voting and results? If you’re anything like us, you’ll need a stiff drink or three to watch the votes roll in tonight. We are nervous as heck, and this drinking game should help us, and you, relax a little bit. Until the cold, harsh light of Wednesday morning hits us, anyway.
Guys, the 2012 presidential election is nigh! And with less than two months to go before the next president is elected, y’all need to get your voting ducks in a row. If you’re not registered, or not sure where you’re registered, or are concerned about weird, restrictive new voter ID laws in your states, we’ll give you the resources to make it to the booth on time. Keep reading »
Buckle up, because we’ve got another 10 months of intense campaigning, debating and intense political infighting before the 2012 election season is out. To make the journey slightly more pleasant, we’ve selected a some of the candidates’ more attractive assets — specifically their hottie sons. We thought some eye candy couldn’t hurt (And okay, okay, so Jon Huntsman Jr. just took himself out of the race). What’s a little objectification in the name of preserving the Democratic process, after all?
In recent weeks, your love of all things draggy and sparkly may have momentarily given you a brain fart — seeing all those mentions of Ron Paul everywhere certainly did remind us of a certain leggy ’90s icon. But no, as much as we wish it were true, it’s Ron Paul that’s running for president — not RuPaul. Ru made a special surprise stop in New Hampshire this weekend to clarify that he shouldn’t be confused with Ron.
“I’m not really a political person by nature,” he said, “though stepping out of the house in six inch heels and a wig is a political statement of sorts.” And would it really be all that weird for Ru to run? “This country was founded by a bunch of men in wigs,” he continued. It does seem strange, though — “You better work” seems oddly prescient given our current financial crisis. Maybe Ru should reconsider. [Raw Story]
This weekend “Biography” highlights the four key players in the presidential election, just in time for Election Day, this Tuesday November 4th. And if you’re as enthralled with the resurgence of vampire culture as we are, check out the BIO channel on Saturday for “Secret Life of Vampires” at 5 pm. The program will be a study of vampire legends and the impact on pop culture. On Sunday you can watch “True Blood,” which dispels some vampire legends and fully embraces others. See what other Frisky-esque shows are airing this weekend after the jump. Keep reading »