It’s time for another caption contest! I’m going to go with the political theme once again, mainly because I have this picture of Bill Clinton speaking on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign for president, and now her campaign has derailed. So I need to use it while the story is still somewhat relevant. Plus, there’s some potential humor with this picture.
Like before, you get to write the caption for this photo, from whichever perspective you want to. Have fun!
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Let’s have another caption contest! I’m going to go with another political picture again, because the Democratic primaries are such big news. This photo features both Bill and Hillary Clinton. As you know, Hillary is in an interesting situation right now, in that many people are calling for her to give up. But she’s staying in the race, because anything can happen (like someone getting assassinated, as she referenced recently). I won’t start ranting now about how stupid her comment was. (Must… stay… focused… You can rant, if you want.) Anyway, let’s get to the picture:
Put your captions / analysis / commentary in a comment, for all to enjoy. 🙂
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It’s time for another caption contest! I’m going to go with the political theme again, since the race for the Democratic nomination is all over the news, plus I have this picture of Hillary Clinton with a black Elvis wanna-be. I think there’s a lot of potential with this one.
So write in a comment what you think about this picture or what you think any of the people in it might be thinking. And let your creativity flow…
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It’s just not fair that we don’t have a major political caucus here in Arkansas. Why should Iowa and New Hampshire and South Carolina get all this attention from the candidates while choosing who the main candidate should be? (I’d prefer there was just one big one instead of all these separate ones, but whatever.)
To resolve this issue, we held our own private caucus here at Buffet o’ Blog. Some of the staff met and conducted our own primary. Here’s the results :
On the Republican side, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee got the most votes. John McCain came in second.
On the Democratic side, it was unanimous — all got zero votes except for Hillary Clinton, who got negative votes. (I’d interpret the negative votes as “I’d vote for anybody over Hillary Clinton.”)
Chuck Norris got some write-in votes as Secretary of Defense.
There you have it. Let our results be broadcast on the major news networks and added to what’s already out there. I know our caucus was small, but our budget is nearly non-existent. If more people want to vote, they will have to donate some money to make it happen. Sorry, but with this site generating exactly zero dollars, the budget just doesn’t have much flexibility. Maybe next year we can do something bigger…