Caption Contest Winners: The First Lady Went to China and Did Not Bring Home This T-shirt

mao 2009 File Photo Daily Mail – REUTERS/David Gray

Thanks to everyone who entered our latest contest. We had enough great quotations to fill our own “little red book” and forever banish Chairman Mao from the book writing business.

Not surprising, our own “Chairman” Cfbleachers provided us with much old Chinese and new Democrat wisdom.  Here is a sample:

"Political work is the life-blood of all economic work."

Obamacare shows that doing it this way causes clogged economic arteries.

"To read too many books is harmful."

Ergo, reading a single security briefing could prove fatal.

“Let a hundred scandals bloom.”

As long as you own the media, it will be impossible to gain a whiff of their "fragrance."

Kuce is awarded a Chairman Mao “workers cap” for these quotations:

 “A dog on the plate is worth two in the bush"

- recipes from Chairman Mao, with forward by B.H. Obama

"It is necessary to investigate both the facts and the history of a problem in order to study and understand it." Mao

"... it is just wonderful to be back in Oregon, and over the last 15 months we've traveled to every corner of the United States. I've now been in fifty .... seven states? I think one left to go." BHO

RockThisTown provided us with this wisdom:

 Mao: To read too many books is harmful.

Obama: To write too many books is harmful.

Gblumel gave us an idea for some commie-style economic stimulus: (Hey George, you should sell these at your country club.)

Get the whole series: Mao, Pol Pot, Castro, Che, Stalin, et al.

Now for the grand prize winners -- who win nothing but grey moth-eaten Mao jackets.

JRSWINE is runner up for suggesting two new book titles:

The Quotations of Chairman Mao, by Mousie Dung.

The Quotations of Chairman Me-O, by BHO.

First place goes to RockThisTown for this Mao/Nixonian wisdom:

Nixon and Mao

Mao: "Who are our enemies? Who are our friends? This is a question of the first importance for the revolution."

Obama: "Who are our enemies? Who are our friends? This is a question of the first importance for the IRS."

Thanks again to everyone who submitted their version of wisdom and see you next time a photo is worthy of a Tatler photo caption contest.

Oh wait…. this photo from March 27  is almost worthy but not quite up to our high standards for its own contest.  However, I am confident that you will have some fun imagining what Pope Francis is thinking.

Photo Credit: AP Photo Credit: AP

Seriously, have you ever seen such a cast of characters in one PJ Tatler post?  Nixon, Mao, Obama, Kerry and the Pope -- there has got to be a joke in there SOMEWHERE.