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Picture this: Norm Coleman and Al Franken. Naked. In two separate bathtubs set on a bucolic hillside overlooking Capitol Hill. Can't do it. MAD Magazine can help. With Democra-Cialis.
The venerable satire magazine that brought us Alfred E. Neuman and Spy vs. Spy is set to publish
a "MAD 20″ issue, celebrating the "dumbest people, events and things" of 2009.
No. 12: "The Land of 10,000 Recalls."
"When the time comes to concede defeat, will you be ready?"
Coleman's long, drawn-out defeat for re-election to the U.S. Senate is the gift that keeps on giving, isn't it?
"If you've already tried futile legal challenges and angry calls for recounts, yet continue to suffer from an inadequate vote tally, Democra-cialis may be right for you," the MAD copy says. "Losing candidates who have used Democra-cialis have seen a marked reduction in electile dysfunction, leaving their opponents victorious and satisfied."
Electile dysfunction. Nice.