Just when we were starting to find the last days winding down to Election Day completely unappealing and unappetizing, we found this website, Binders Full of Burgers. It measures the U.S. presidential campaigns in infographics illustrated in ketchup, mustard, burgers, hot dogs and fries. Suddenly, the fact that Obama spent $457 million in advertising and Romney spent$123 million on direct-mail campaigning doesn't put us off our lunch. Well, it kinda does. But still, it's a fun site that appears to have been made by a couple of Germans who like burgers and following U.S. politics.
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