When the voting begins in less than 24 hours, the longest and by far the most entertaining presidential campaign in history will finally draw to a close.

No matter whose side you're on, it's been a wild ride. Here are of the best moments from the '08 campaign, from Saturday Night Live spoofs to PSAs, to fights erupting on The View to classic sound bites from the candidates themselves ...

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With the presidential election just days away, Republican candidate John McCain drew laughs – often at his own expense – on Saturday Night Live last night.

In response to Barack Obama's purchase of airtime on several major networks on Wednesday night, McCain lamented that he could only afford airtime on QVC.

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Last night on Saturday Night Live's special Thursday election edition, President George W. Bush (Will Ferrell) finally gave his coveted endorsement to John McCain (Darrell Hammond) and especially to his running mate Sarah Palin (Tina Fey)...

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In a faux PSA for Funny or Die (we might actually choose funny this time), Heroes star Hayden Panettiere sarcastically encourages people to vote for Republican John McCain. She likens it to smoking and eschewing seat belts. Peep it:

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After canceling an appearance last month at the last second and causing some bruised feelings (and hilarious rants, parts I and II) on David Letterman's part, John McCain is finally coming back to the Late Show this Thursday, October 16.

Unless the economy collapses a second time and he must suspend his bid for the presidency to rescue it. Or be interviewed by Katie Couric a few blocks over.

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It's no Tina Fey making us laugh/cry as Sarah Palin - in fact, you'd be hard pressed to find a Barack Obama impression that's less funny than Saturday Night Live's.

But if the point of the sketch below was to highlight the absurd format and utter worthlessness of this week's presidential debate, then well done, SNL!

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Last night, David Letterman berated John McCain for the second straight evening after the Republican presidential candidate canceled his scheduled appearance on The Late Show Wednesday to focus on the nation's economic crises.

Classic Dave. Follow this link for the previous night's Letterman rants. Then watch the clip below for more jokes and general McCain-Palin skewering ...

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Yesterday, Republican presidential candidate John McCain was supposed to appear on The Late Show with David Letterman, but he bailed at the last second to head to Washington and deal with the country's mounting economic crisis.

Far from pleased by this charade, Letterman went off on some serious rants - even by his standards - against McCain and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. No Brad Hanson jokes were made, but just about everything else was fair game:

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John McCain Biography

John Picture McCain John McCain is a U.S. Senator from the state of Arizona and a Republican hopeful for president in 2008. The elder statesman of the 2008... More »
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I think that we’ve proven that both parents are important in the success of a family so, no, I don’t believe in gay adoption.

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I believe Roe v. Wade was a very bad decision.

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