Campaign Rush is like Disaffected! meets Howard Dean for Iowa. The former was a satire of Kinko's and the latter an earnest campaign game paid for by the Democratic Party. Campaign Rush is a satire of campaigns paid for by CNN, who apparently are unclear yet as to whom is putting on whom.
The game involves clicking around to answer phones, deliver campaign literature to these callers, making copies of said literature, and of course drinking regular coffees. The game is on the verge of being fun, in a manner reminiscent of Diner Dash, but then something goes wrong. There are too many phone calls coming in, and there's a sense of meaninglessness associated with their trappings.