Infographic: If Politicians and Dictators Were Mobsters

What if our politicians had famous mob aliases from the recent New York mafia bust? Meet Silvio Berlusconi, aka "Vito Love."

Vladimir Putin: The Vet

George Allen: Fat Larry

Benjamin Netanyahu: Nooch

Dennis Kucinich: Little Dennis

Chris Christie: Johnny Pizza

Dmitry Medvedev: Junior Lollipops

Barney Frank: Johnny Bandanna

Muammar al-Gadaffi: Mush

Rahm Emanuel: The Fang

Robert Mugabe: Bobby Glasses

Bernie Sanders: The Professor

Silvio Berlusconi: Vito Love

Kim Jong Il: Baby Fat Larry

Scott Brown: Uncle Danny

Mike Huckabee: Meatball

Barack Obama: Nighthawk

Bill Clinton: Lumpy

John Boehner: Vinny Carwash

Joe Biden: Burger

Joseph Lieberman: Jello

Michael Bloomberg: Pooch

John McCain: Johnny Cash

Ahmadinejad: Jack the Wack

Mitt Romney: Skinny

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