The Top 5 Funniest Political Comedy Videos of 2010 VIDEOS

Last week, we looked at the top 5 funniest comedy TV shows of 2010 and the best clips from those shows. This week, we turn our attention to funniest political videos of the year, made exclusively for the web.
Obama Caught Lip-Syncing Speech
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Over the last couple of years, The Onion has established itself as the most consistently funny producers of original web video on the internet. This year they have delivered videos skewering a vast array of subjects from VH1 and Apple to Jennifer Aniston and Justin Bieber. 2010 also marked the year that The Onion put out its first paid web content with the Future News short film. And in 2011, they will enter the realm of actual TV with IFC’s Onion News Network and Comedy Central’s Onion SportsDome. The Onion may have made a name for itself this year by finding endless ways to make fun of Joe Biden, but it was their videos about President Obama which I thought were most successful. Some highlights include the video about the non-racist man who almost assassinated Obama and Obama’s introduction of a high-speed bus system. But my favorite was this video from back in March that catches Obama lip-syncing a speech.
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