The Onion has uncovered the real reason our political system has devolved into such a dumpster fire: heavy metal.
In its latest deep-dive into electoral issues, the satirical news site attempts to peel back the curtain on shadowy Super PACs and makes some alarming discoveries.
“Q: What do super PACs spend their money on? A: Selflessly ensuring that voters are as informed as possible about why Assemblyman Michael Evans is the wrong choice for Albany,” the dogged newsplainers divine, zeroing in on the absurd nature of the Supreme Court-sanctioned publicity blitzes.The biggest bombshell, no doubt, is the naming of Guns N’ Roses' debut album as a force to be reckoned with.
"Q: What are some of the more influential super PACs? A: Americans for America, Bucks for Bernie, Appetite for Destruction."While we remain skeptical that anything Axl Rose has to say might influence the ship of state, Team Onion just might be on to something with this whole Americans for America thing.
The group has burned through nearly $285 over the past two years. (Play on, playas.)
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