Pete Souza/The White House
President Barack Obama pretends to be caught in Spider-Man’s web as he greets the son of a White House staffer in the Outer Oval Office, Oct. 26, 2012. See more never-before-seen photos from the White House here.
As of this writing, “Four more years” has been re-tweeted almost 900,000 times and favorited by almost 300,000 people. Here’s what the tweet reveals about social branding:
Debate Bingo is back! Will the candidates to address women’s rights, drones, net freedom and these other human rights issues?
Play and chat along with us online at 9pm ET/6pm PT tonight!
Let’s get ready to rumble!
The most important 90 minutes of the entire presidential campaign kick off tonight at the first debate in Denver. Will Mitt Romney be able to turn the contest in his favor?
Presidential debate bingo time! Here’s all the cards as an album:
The squares are not candidate-specific unless denoted as such. The debate will air on NBC, ABC, and CBS, along with C-SPAN. It will be live-streamed at C-SPAN’s site, and on The Nation, plus numerous other sources. If you’re having trouble finding a site, let me know.
We’re doing things a bit differently now!
This time around, win a swag bag packed with political stickers, buttons, a yard sign, and more! The most bingos across the most cards will win a swag bag with Obama buttons and stickers, plus additional fun political stuff I’ve picked up along the way.
To enter, submit your cards within one hour of the debate’s conclusion. And hey, if you don’t like Obama, there’s going to be other cool stuff in there and you can sell the Obama stuff to a fan.
The winner will be notified Friday — I’ll need your home address in order to ship you your bag o’ goodness, so if you submit from outside Tumblr, use a valid email! I will still give gifs for bingos, so submit the cards.
Follow me on twitter as I live blog the debates: @meglanker
Again, submit cards here or email completed cards to firstname.lastname@example.org
GIF prizes for first submission and most bingos on one card!
Happy bingo, folks!
FJP: Let the game(s) begin.
Samuel L. Jackson To Voters: ‘Wake The F*ck Up’ And Vote Obama (VIDEO) via Huffington Post
The National Review ran a magazine cover in which they Photoshopped signs at an Obama rally to read “ABORTION” instead of “FORWARD” as they originally did.
The top image shows the October 1, 2012 cover of “National Review” magazine.
The image at the bottom shows another photo taken at the same rally.
When Photoshop is used for evil.