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Collegehumor's take on Mitt Romney's presidential campaign resulted in a parody video based on the global hit "Gangnam Style" by South Korean rapper Psy.
Mocking Romney as a rich elitist, the video portrays the Republican presidential candidate living an extravagant lifestyle, complete with tennis and cigars.
The video also refers to Romney's comment that "47 percent of Americans believe they are victims, and will vote for this president no matter what," -- after sticking a 47% sign on a waiter's back.
The video's popularity has resulted in 'Mitt Romney style' being released on iTunes.
In what was no doubt the pullquote of the second presidential debate, it didn't take long for Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" statement to hit the meme circuit.
The candidate told the town hall crowd of undecided voters that when he was selecting his cabinet as Governor of Massachusetts, he didn't get enough candidates who were women to apply for the job.
So, he reached out to advisors, who then brought him "binders full of women" for Romney to make a few selections.
In reference to Romney's comment that "47 percent of Americans believe they are victims, and will vote for this president no matter what," this meme -- depicting President Obama drinking a beer -- quickly flooded the Internet.
A number of similar memes commenting on Romney's public gaffes are floating across the web -- including one where Obama cancels all his election broadcasts in order to replace them with live footage of Mitt Romney.