Governor Jan Brewer's Debate Brain Fart Inspires Video Parodies

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By now, much of the country has seen the horrendous debate performance Monday night by Governor Jan Brewer.

Let the parodies begin.

(Full Disclosure: Um, we know this child.)

Next up is a video that's garnered a few thousand hits with Brewer played by a drag queen:

Craig Ferguson of The Late Late Show added a few Shrek-style sound effects to the original tape, ensuring that even a few teenagers might see Brewer's opening statements:

If you know of any others -- or better yet, if you create your own -- be sure to drop a link.

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