Richard Lewis retweets own failed Romney joke to Chuck Todd, others!/TheRichardLewis/status/247736253867515905

Look at me, says Richard Lewis. Bless his irrelevant heart! As Twitchy reported yesterday, comedian and actor Richard Lewis’ Romney joke fell flat. Because, you know, it stunk. But that didn’t stop the poor dear from pulling the Twitter version of “nudge, nudge … did you hear me? Didja? Did you hear my joke?”

And he didn’t just try to Twitter-elbow Chuck Todd, either. The pathetic continued as he begged for attention from the likes of Rachel Maddow, Bill Maher, Michael Moore, The Nation’s Katrina vandenHeuvel and Obama fanboy Jimmy Fallon.


@TheRichardLewis Good lord, it was a good enough line once this weekend, but it's getting sad. We got it — Romney/Ryan = 2/3 of 3 Stooges.

— William Still (@myfavoritchords) September 17, 2012

It wasn’t even good the first time! He follows up with an even lamer joke, which is hard to believe.

Yuk, yuk, yuk! Rich and stuff.

Oh, honey. It’s not your politics alienating fans. What’s most offensive is that you aren’t even funny. Here is a tip: Focus on trying to be funny, toots.

You’re welcome.

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Verizon, Crest exchange Halloween zingers

Verizon Wireless has been in the trick-or-treating spirit for weeks now with its Star Wars-themed television spots, and tonight it took the Halloween spirit to Twitter with three (or four?) simple words.

Even toothpaste makers Crest can get behind that tweet.

Something tells us we have a couple of Star Wars fans manning the Twitter accounts tonight.!/VerizonWireless/status/396033331105501184

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Source: Official White House photo

Before social media giant Andrew Breitbart died suddenly last week, he promised damning videos of President Barack Obama’s radical youth. Left-leaning BuzzFeed tried to get a jump on the story, but Big Government will tell the whole story on FNC’s Sean Hannity show tonight at 9pm Eastern.

BG’s Joel Pollak:

Earlier today, Buzzfeed’s Ben Smith announced on Twitter that video researcher Andrew Kaczynski had released “the mysterious Harvard/Obama/race video that the Breitbart folks have been talking about.”

The video, which Kaczynski says was “licensed from a Boston television station,” shows a young Barack Obama leading a protest at Harvard Law School on behalf of Prof. Derrick Bell, a radical academic tied to Jeremiah Wright–about whom we will be releasing significant information in the coming hours.

However, the video has been selectively edited–either by the Boston television station or by Buzzfeed itself. Over the course of the day, will be releasing additional footage that has been hidden by Obama’s allies in the mainstream media and academia.

In the meantime, Team Obama is releasing its own documentary…and news junkies on Twitter have made #nameobamasdocumentary a trending topic on Twitter.

Your top 16:

& Love the Drone RT @robertkburnham: #NameObamasDocumentary How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) March 7, 2012

#NameObamasDocumentary "the bad, the worse, and the ugly"

— Luke (@zailbar) March 7, 2012

The Alinsky Code #NameObamasDocumentary

— I Luv to Laugh (@eyeluv2laff) March 7, 2012!/TheShteph/status/177496544898068480

National Lampoon's White House #NameObamasDocumentary

— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) March 7, 2012

To Saul Alinsky, Thanks for Everything. Love, Barack Obama #NameObamasDocumentary

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) March 7, 2012

#NameObamasDocumentary My Fair Algae

— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) March 7, 2012

All The Wright Moves #NameObamasDocumentary

— @BodiazRising (@BodiazRising) March 7, 2012

#NameObamasDocumentary Four Vacations and A Beer Summit

— Sandy (@VioletTiger2) March 7, 2012

From Here to Insolvency #NameObamasDocumentary

— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) March 7, 2012

No Country for Free Men #NameObamasDocumentary

— Melvin Udall (@Melvin_Udall_) March 7, 2012

"The China-Borrowing Syndrome" #NameObamasDocumentary

— CincyJack (@CincyJack) March 7, 2012

#NameObamasDocumentary Honey I Shrunk the Economy

— Zack Moore (@ZackMooreNFL) March 7, 2012

#NameObamasDocumentary Liar Liar

— EJAce (@locologic) March 7, 2012

Eat, Love, Pay #NameObamasDocumentary

— RufusKings1776 (@RufusKings1776) March 7, 2012

Super Size My Debt #NameObamasDocumentary

— Demosthenes (@DemosthenesGame) March 7, 2012

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Matt Yglesias eyes a ‘killer’ tactical flashlight

We’re pretty sure that Slate’s Matt Yglesias is just kidding around when he asks if a tactical flashlight can be used to kill people. Still, he’s been confused before. Besides, what if he’s right? If there can be assault magazines, why not assault flashlights?!/Matthops82/status/405446520209567745

Some sort of tool, we suppose.!/AG_Conservative/status/405447638989807617

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An Awesome Teen With Cystic Fibrosis Lists The Perks Of Going To The Hospital.

They say laughter is the best medicine, so I’m sure this girl will be just fine.

17-year-old Claire Wineland has cystic fibrosis, but more importantly? She has a positive disposition. Watch as she presents an amusing list of all the available perks that she gets during one of her hospital stays…

But the best part about her video is her final point, it’s very powerful.

(Source: The Clairity Project – Claire Wineland)

What an amazing attitude to have. She makes me feel like any troubles I have are trivial compare to hers.

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