November 9th, 2011
05:36 PM ET
If "The Daily Show" and "Saturday Night Live" haven't already demonstrated that this election cycle is full of moments just begging to be joked about, Funny Or Die has launched a website to do exactly that.
On "Live Funny or Die," it's all political spoofs, all the time. The initial video pokes fun at Republican presidential hopefuls Rick Perry (Darrell Hammond), Michele Bachman (Erin Gibson), Mitt Romney (Rob Delaney) and Herman Cain (played by a salt-and-pepper mustachioed, bespectacled Mike Tyson).
Tyson-as-Cain introduces his 1-1-1 plan: "Funny or Die? Why are there two options? My 1-1-1 plan calls for one website, where you can search for one word, and get one response."
Adds Delaney-as-Romney: "I'm going to be your next president. Because I'm not crazy, and I'm not black. So you may as well get used to it....I'll see you later, Internet. And remember to vote funny. No, die. No, funny."
And if you need further clarification as to the GOP presidential hopeful playing field, the kind folks at Funny or Die have crafted a guide for you.
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