Parodies of Rick Perry's anti-gay ad are overtaking the Internet.

Perry's campaign on Tuesday released a decidedly anti-gay ad titled Strong in early caucus state Iowa. In the ad, Perry linked faith to anti-gay sentiment and lamented that there's something “wrong” with a country where gay and bisexual troops can serve openly but children cannot openly celebrate Christmas.

The Texas Governor's hard and abrupt shift to the right has turned into Internet comedy gold.

The first parody to surface was on Wednesday by Andy Cobb of The Partisans on The Second City Network. In the spoof, Cobb describes Perry as blessed with “special a-hole privileges.”

In a Funny or Die video starring Joel Spence as Perry and written by Lauren Palmigiano, Perry says, “I'm not afraid to admit I'm an asshole and a drunk.”

“You know, there's something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military. Did you know they can serve coffee at a Starbucks? Or frozen yogurt at a Pinkberry? Gays are allowed to work anywhere they want. All the while our children are forced to recognize that not everyone celebrates Christmas. Because gays want to fuck Santa, right in his jolly old butt. And that's wrong. Because a gay Santa will just bring a sack of dildos down your chimney.”

“As president I will fight against our gay soldiers that want to bareback Santa right in front of our children.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

In yet another video, Jesus Christ says there is something wrong with America when Rick Perry is openly running for president.