No Higher Calling
Seeking support from the gun lobby, Mitt Romney performs a ventriloquist act with Bucky the Elk whose tag line "Blow me away!" has become a campaign favorite.
In a rare moment of public honesty, Rick Perry assumes the position he takes when raising money from corporate donors.
Perry tries to prove he's a better American than Romney by placing his hand higher over his heart.
Who's the black private businessman that's a sex machine to all the chicks? CAIN! You're damn right.
Michele Bachmann demonstrates how she would cut federal spending by pretending to eat a Subway tuna melt.
Newt Gingrich regales followers by showing the sleight of hand he used when fleecing his constituents.
You see this cat Cain is a bad mother -- SHUT YOUR MOUTH! But I'm talkin' about Cain!
Citing his experience as Ambassador to China, Jon Huntsman says that the Chinese will never overtake America because they are shorter than us.
Huntsman hopes to win over religious conservatives by telling Michele Bachmann that he too could see the Second Coming of Christ.
He's a complicated man, but no one understands him but his women. HERMAN CAIN!
Addressing concerns that he might be anti-Israel, Ron Paul shows his love of Jewish culture with a tribute to comedian Jackie Mason.
Not to be outdone, Vice President Biden and Israeli president Shimon Peres celebrated their alliance by performing "Do You Love Me?" from Fiddler On The Roof.
Speaking to reporters about a possible second term, President Obama showed how he plans to deal with foreign leaders who get in his way.