Last week was the General Election in the United States, if you have not been made aware of this, and while some thought that it would bring a new President to the United States of America, it turns out that the incumbent, Democrat Barack Obama won his re-election with 332 electoral college votes, surpassing the minimum 270 that are required to win the presidency. Bring on the jokes! Late night host, Jimmy Fallon provided one of the first comedy sketches about the concession of Governor Mitt Romney to President Obama.
Mitt Romney was played by the host himself and I must say that his voice and gestures were spot on. It shouldn’t really be a surprise since he spent all those year brushing up his imitation and parody skills on Saturday Night Live. In the sketch, we see President Obama taunting Mitt Romney and asking him what he is going to do now that he won the election for his second consecutive term. Of course, they just had to make fun of Karl Rove and Herman Cain. They also acknowledge the importance of the Latino vote for this election. In the end, they bond over the Dawson’s Creek theme song. Mighty fine voices they have there!