The New Zealand elections are now behind us. Shearer’s been elected Labour leader, John Key has sorted out his government and Waitakere seems to have finally decided who they want to represent them (legal challenges aside).
So what’s left for those political junkies among us? Russia has the potential to offer a fair few posts, but on a frustration scale from 1-100, they’re a 140. With that in mind we’re pretty much left with the grand old lady of politics, the US of A.
American politics is at the best of times supremely difficult to understand. It’s a complex (and often bloated) political system, full of partisan bickering and competing interests. So where do you begin? Do you go straight for the hard hitting political analysis or offer something a little lighter?
In my opinion the best way to delve into US politics is through a good ice breaker, and there’s no better way to break the ice than humour.
With that in mind, here’s a humorous (and fairly immature) introduction to the key players in American politics through the use of Bad Lip Reading:
These videos were produced by ‘Bad Lip Reading‘ or BLR and can be found here.
If you want to see a BLR version of Newt Gingrich follow the link here.