Winner of the Obama Image On The Flag Photo Caption Contest
April 16, 2012 - 9:05 am
The panel of distinguished and infamous judges emerging from their 60’s era fallout shelter (after seeking shelter from Obama’s Organizing for America super troopers) is now ready to announce the winners of the
This was our most popular photo caption contest to date with well over 100 entries.
Thanks to all who entered proving once again that PJM readers are an extremely creative, humorous and passionate bunch, making the panel’s decision most difficult and fun.
First place submitted by cfbleachers:
One Nation, Under Guard, Quite Divisible
Second place submitted by RW
The Star Mangled Banner
Third place submitted by Anonymous:
For the 2nd time in her life, my wife is proud of her country.
Here are some honorable mentions:
Tzars and stripes
submitted by uh3t90y9ughgvu
Quick way to get the pledge of allegiance back in the schools
submitted by primarycolor
Screw the states; I’m the only star in America
submitted by Rich Williams
In FLAGrante delicto
submitted by Essgee
(For the Latin challenged: In flagrante delicto is a Latin phrase referring to someone being caught during the act of a crime or sexual act.)
“THE Star, and stripes forever!”
submitted by the Harvard Yard Conservative
(But could the submitter’s name be a hint he/she actually believes this caption?)
submitted by Svinrod
The final honorable mention goes to a friend who submitted an entry via my personal email:
The twilight’s last gleaming?
Yup, if Obama is reelected that photo caption entry might be quite prescient.