Sure, to stay up on the latest happenings of the 2012 presidential election, you could follow a number of trusted pundits, journalists, and news sources on Twitter. But, outside of hearing that Romney wants to fire Big Bird or that Vice President Biden thinks everything Paul Ryan says is malarkey, where's the fun in that? Before President Obama and Mitt Romney square off tonight for the second presidential debate, we suggest you balance out your timeline by following some of these political parody accounts.
RELATED: First We Feast - The 10 People to Follow on Twitter If You Care About Food Politics
Written by Stephen Nale