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Election 2012: Everything You Might Have Missed!

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Just now waking up, sleepy bear?

Well don't you worry that mascara-riddled faced off, cuz we've got all the #Election2012 news for you right here!

And no, we're not just talking about President Obama's re-election. …even though those 303 electoral votes were pretty fabulous. And so was that speech!

We're talking about Colorado legalizing recreational marijuana!

We're talking about the American masses, even celebrities, going out to rock the vote!

Yes, even after Beyonce wrote her beautiful letter to Barack, the country was still able to sizzle hotter with election day fire!

O wrote a letter of his own to a bullied, young daughter of two fathers.

South Park predicted

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Jon Stewart And Stephen Colbert Don't Want To Influence Voters — But Probably Will Anyway

Even though The Daily Show and The Colbert Report dedicate a combined five hours of television a week to criticizing the political system and the media outlets reporting on it, the hosts do not intend to influence voters.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night and when the host brought up their political influence over a particular demographic of viewers, the comedians played it coy.

Colbert, for example, joked:

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Madonna BOOED For Endorsing Barack Obama At New Orleans Concert

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At least she didn't take another tumble. Ha!

Madonna, the queen of our heart, upset some fans at a New Orleans concert on Saturday night when she endorsed Barack Obama for re-election.

In between songs, Madge asked the audience, "Who's registered to vote?" She then used her platform to declare:

"I don't care who you vote for as long as you vote for Obama."

The southern crowd didn't take too kindly to her advice and actually started BOOING her!

After realizing the crowd was not as liberal as she thought, she quickly added:

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People Tell Jimmy Kimmel Who Won The Presidential Debate…BEFORE It Even Happened!

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Well, this doesn't say too much about how informed American voters are.

Some people decided who won last night's debate BEFORE it even happened and Jimmy Kimmel captured all their HIGHlarious fabricated opinions on camera (above).

Hollywood Boulevard's finest concluded that it was "much better" than Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's first debate, the President "was more alert this time", the town hall style "was more intimate", the new moderator was just "okay" and most people watched the invisible debate on a non-existant channel in between watching other things like baseball.

Goodness gracious. What were these people thinking?

It's okay to say you don't care about politics, guys! LOLz!

Sure, the future of our country is riding on this election, but it's ALWAYS better to tell the truth than look like an idiot on television in front of millions of people.

Maybe instead of trying to pass voter ID laws, the government should focus on voter IQ first.

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Mitt Romney Attempts To Explain Himself After Insulting 47% Of Americans

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Mitt Romney wasn't expecting any cameras during a private fundraiser dinner in Boca Raton, Florida on May 17, so he was finally able to be honest with supporters about his views and ideas for the United States of America.

Unfortunately for the Republican Presidential candidate, there WAS a camera there and it captured footage of him insulting a little less than HALF of the population.

Not only did he generalize 47% of Americans voting for Barack Obama as a bunch of government freeloaders who don't pay income taxes because they have no motivation to succeed in life, but expressed fears of the Hispanic population ruining the nation if they support the current president!

He's been hitting the campaign trail to talk up his plans for reviving the economy and lowering unemployment rates, but has yet to give any pertinent details as to HOW he'll do so. Behind closed doors, however, Romney wasn't afraid to give an honest answer.

Even though he "can never predict what the markets will do," he states they "will be happy" if he gets elected and he'll boost the economy "without actually doing anything."

That sounds pretty easy! Why hasn't Obama considered this plan? Ha!

Since half of the country was a little put off by how he really feels about them, Romney tried to explain himself at a press conference last night (above). Before U watch that though, c-c-check out the remarks that are causing the backlash … AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Washington's Legalization Of Gay Marriage Has Been BLOCKED By Haters!

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Washington gay marriage blocked

Ugh!

We were so THRILLED when we heard that Washington state had legalized gay marriage and that the law would take effect on June 7, but our hearts have been broken by 200,000 people who are afraid of change.

The proposed law that would have made the state the seventh in the U.S. to allow same-sex marriage was passed by legislators AND Gov. Chris Gregoire in February. Unfortunately, opponents have filed a petition with enough signatures that will force the state to let the public vote on it.

The worst part of this mess is that national organizations opposing same-sex marriage will be

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Obama And Romney Are TIED In New Poll About Fixing The Economy

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Mitt Romney and Barack Obama tied in opinion poll

Americans are frustrated that Barack Obama has yet to make major improvements to our weak economy, but the country isn't convinced that Mitt Romney will be able to do any better.

A new poll has determined that the two presidential candidates are

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