Published June 25, 2012
2012 Election , Arizona , Article II Eligibility , Counterfeit , Criminal , Democrats , DNC , immigration , Law Enforcement , liberty , natural born citizen , Tenth Amendment , Treason , Tyranny in America , usurper
Tags: caption contest, US v AZ
Read the SCOTUS decision in Arizona v. United States here.
“Today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a victory for the rule of law. It is also a victory for the 10th Amendment and all Americans who believe in the inherent right and responsibility of states to defend their citizens. After more than two years of legal challenges, the heart of SB 1070 can now be implemented in accordance with the U.S. Constitution.” ~ Arizona Governor Jan Brewer
Look at those red ears of THE #1 illegal immigrant in the U.S.! Will somebody please tell the Secret Service to speed when they are in Arizona, especially when in Maricopa County??? Multiple-occupant identity check, please. 😛
Caption Contest and Open Thread!🙂
Since we started talking about taxes again…wordpress has been kind of acting up. I thought I’d give them a break and offer instead a caption contest for the First Wookies.
First, the model wookie:
Now the first and second imposter wookies:
Are they related? Whose first? Whose second?😯
Don’t forget we have this model for reference as well:
After your caption, this is an open thread! 😛
This one (h/t Jan) hardly needs a caption, as its pretty clear:
But give it a try!
Here’s one of my favorites…I already have about a dozen captions…
Continue reading ‘Sunday Captions and Open Thread’
Published November 10, 2009
Tags: caption contest
As I hit the road (late) for the Continental Congress, a thousand-plus mile journey, I’d like to offer you this comparative caption contest for your enjoyment, and application. Now take this first photo–is it Pelosi or Obama, or both, who’ve been caught guarding raiding the hen people’s house? Or is it about something else entirely? And who is that brave kitty?
Continue reading ‘Comparative Caption Contest’
Published October 2, 2009
Tags: caption contest
There’s been a power outage tonight in my area, brought by the first snowstorm of the season and unsuspecting drivers sliding around. And my laptop is running out of juice. Instead of dropping a huge tyranny article on you, then, I offer you this caption contest for a little fun.
What do you think is going on here?
I am traveling and hope to have a more substantive piece up on Friday….so I’d like to give you this image as a caption contest. I feel a little like this as a regular, ‘typical’ American going up against the Obama machine!
Continue reading ‘Caption Contest! [update]’