Jon Stewart calls out the inept, virtually non-functional Obamacare website. As he says, “it’s got 99 problems but a glitch is all of them.” Indeed. Watch as he notes how less than 10% of people who log on are able to sign up past the first step, and how the Democrats in general “try to spin this turd”.

The pwnage as always is strong with this one. Stewart never lets up and we think it’s safe to say that this isn’t the last time that the (lame pun alert) Obamafail will be called out.

Well, in another case of a power-loving man promising one thing but doing another, we have probably the most glaring example since Donald Trump pretended to be a serious contender in the 2012 Presidential Run.

In light of the recent NSA wiretapping debacle, watch as Senator Barack Obama ‘debates’ with President Barack Obama. One speaks about retaining the Constitution, and how, “it works” while the other speaks about how the wiretapping “helps prevent terrorist attacks.”

It’s almost as if (brace yourself) politicians will pander and play partisan politics just to get what they want. Regardless, sit back, relax and watch the POTUS being pwned by none other than himself.

Recently, Bill Maher hosted (another) gun control debate panel on his show, “Real Time”, with guests including Micheal Moore, among a few others.

As usual, most of the guests towed the typical gun control line – except for one lady, S.E. Cupp from MSNBC. At first, she is on the defensive with Moore, but when Maher sincerely asks, “Why has gun crime gone down in the age of less gun control?”, Miss Cupp takes this ball, runs with it, and quickly executes Michael Moore’s logic with reality and statistics.

As Maher says, “we can’t go by anecdotal evidence.” Indeed. Gun crime, and mass shootings in particular are down. Unfortunately, Moore never got that memo. Perhaps this taste of pwnage will help it sink in?

Yup, you read that right. Jon Stewart tears the IRS a new one for specifically seeking out right wing government “patriot” groups to audit and basically says that the tinfoil hat folk have had their views just about totally vindicated.

As Stewart puts it, there’s not much more to say other than – “What the f**k? The right wingers were right.”