20 Ways They Could Make The Debates Actually Worth Watching

No matter who you're voting for, all of us can unite behind the fact that the first two Presidential debates have been boring as hell. The campaigns are so scared of actual drama that they turn the debates into tightly-controlled snooze-fests.

So what can they do to make them worth watching again? We asked you to Photoshop for us a debate format that would actually be worthy of our time and attention. The winner is below, but first, the runners-up:

#20.


by smallshrimp


#19.


by charlatantric


#18.


by lokimotive


#17.


by ivanwright


#16.


by JBaker


#15.


by BishopWhitet


#14.


by pintamicera


#13.


by Spatula


#12.


by xXGurrolaXx


#11.


by Uraniumhobo


#10.


by bunker6


#9.


by McBeefy


#8.


by punchrockgroin


#7.


by Lord+Cownostril


#6.


by ivanwright


#5.


by picaroon


#4.


by bunker6


#3.


by randrew


#2.


by pizzamogul


And the winner is...



by Dr.Macaroni



Congrats, Dr.Macaroni. You win money.


Want in on this?

You'll have another chance. This week's theme is:

The 2008 Election, as Drawn By a Five Year-Old.

Children are stupid. We know it's not their fault, but it doesn't stop us from laughing at them. Over the past month, these adorable little idiots have been inundated with the same election coverage as you: the important economic issues, the less important stuff we actually pay attention to, the VP candidates and their folksy personalities. What do those headlines mean to a child? Fire up Photoshop (or, even better, MS Paint) and show us how they'd draw it.

Post your entries in the forum.

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