President Barack Obama, Arizona Sen. John McCain and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler are among the long list of GQ's Least Influential People of 2014. The magazine also named cops, U2 and Bono and the Secret Service to the list.
The magazine takes aim at Obama's multiple trips to Martha's Vineyard, saying golfing makes him look "rich and indifferent."
"Why are you still on Martha's Vineyard?! Missouri is BURNING. Putin is conquering Europe. The CDC is playing nude Twister with Ebola patients. U2 is forcing bad songs on everyone," GQ's Drew Magary wrote.
In the wake of the Ferguson decision, the magazine said of the police, "The whole point of having police officers is to maintain law and order, which means they become useless when they decide to arm themselves like a bunch of space soldiers in Halo, roam the streets, aim their rifles at everyone they see, and choke out asthmatic black men."
The Secret Service lets too many uninvited guests into the White House, Wheeler is "actively facilitating the demise of net neutrality" and McCain is calling out the president for any and all foreign policies. Also included on the list is former-LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and CNN.