Then there's Scott Ott of Scrappleface. His parody ranges from good to excruciatingly good. He so has a line on things that, if you see his articles out of context, you have to double-check to be that it isn't an actual story. Check his archives, you'll see exactly what I mean.
It took a lot of nerve for him to put up Pope Shocks Easter Crowd, Doffs Cap and Gown, on Easter, but he did it. For that, he gets a Four-"Dude!" award from me. Here's an excerpt:
Dress[ed] in casual khaki pants and an open-collared long-sleeved denim shirt, his hair mussed with a self-confessed “bad case of miter head,” the pontiff formerly known as Joseph Ratzinger (TPFKAJR), said that “during a long sleepless night of prayer” he had begun to wonder “whether all the pomp and circumstance sends the wrong message, and directs people’s gaze on me rather than on the one who deserves our worship.”Read it all. Think his Roman Catholic readers were offended? Ohhh, yeah.
“It makes good television — you know, all the candles and gold and costumes — but we have gathered to celebrate the resurrection of the only sinless man who ever ever lived, the one we believe is Lord the Universe,” the Pope said, “and that ain’t me.”