2012's Least Influential People 'GQ' provides a year-end list we can get behind By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff Posted Nov 28, 2012 1:58 PM CST 14 comments Comments This 2003 file photo shows Lance Armstrong waving on the podium after he won his fifth consecutive Tour de France cycling race, in Paris. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File) (Newser) – If all those year-end lists of inspiring, fascinating, and otherwise amazing people has you feeling bad about yourself, turn instead to GQ's end-of-the-year list of 2012's least influential people, a group of "zeros" it refers to as insignificant and thoroughly uninspiring: Mitt Romney: "Did anyone vote enthusiastically for Mitt Romney? Of course not. Voting for Romney is like hooking up with the last single person at the bar at 4am." Madonna: "That cheerleading outfit isn't making you look any younger, Madge." Get out of the way, we have Ke$ha now. Lance Armstrong: "Every year brings new and incontrovertible evidence that Lance Armstrong is the polar opposite of the inspiring legend he was once made out to be." Adam Sandler: "At this point, the only reason Sandler makes movies is so that Rob Schneider can earn a living." Occupy Wall Street protesters: "You really showed those Wall Street bigwigs you meant business by failing to adopt proper leadership and embodying virtually every awful liberal-hippie stereotype. ... Say what you will about the Tea Party, at least it managed to get people elected." The entire hilarious list is worth a read.