March 30, 2006, - 4:32 pm

Three America-Hating Senators Walk Into a Bar . . . : Caption Contest

Recently, the Detroit Free Press held a caption contest using the first photo, below. We found and liked the second photo from USA Today, apparently taken at the same Senate hearing. Both photos include the people we’d least like to see as President.
We note that one of the people below is the same one that , thinks We think that the second photo, especially, shows real “sex appeal” . . . or something.
We’ve posted our captions. What are yours?

So, Three America-Hating Senators Walk Into A Bar . . .
(Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

So, Two America-Hating Senators, Ms. Sexy Thang, and a Klansman
Walk Into A Bar . . .
(Photo by Tim Dillon/USA Today)

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15 Responses

You know, it’s fun political boilerplate to say “America hating,” but it’s not particularly intelligent. I could say George W. Bush hates America because he believes in the same things, such as merging of the interests of the corporation with the federal goverment or strict limits on civil liberties, as Benito Mussolini. I could say Limbaugh hates America for running away from a war against communism that he supported, or Dick Cheney for the same reason, or George W. Bush for the same reason. I could say the entire Bush administration hates our kids because they want to saddle them with the bill for an invasion of Iraq based on lies, and for sending over 2000 of them to their deaths so that a secular government can be changed into an islamic sharia one.
Rather than spewing “America hating,” I’d rather do what I can to get them out of power.

hqsbud on March 30, 2006 at 5:17 pm

hqsbud;But if the shoe fits,it’s a good label for these Senators.You are not getting them out of office by pulling the BE NICE crap.

danny on March 30, 2006 at 5:30 pm

Hillary could become the best president in the world and I still dont want her as Commander in Chief. This is America, you know with a democratic government, not a MONARCHY. It’s bad enough we got Greoge Bush Jr. This country has had other families pass through the Presidency too. Its always a sad day in America when we lack Presidential Leaders when need to reach in Americas darkest pockets to pull out family memebers to replace former Presidents. Take a seat Hillary. We can’t criticize Mid Eastern Countries about Democracy if we elect leaders that follow a similar pattern, like say ummm. Saudi Arabia.
Are we truly lacking in Leaders that badly?

Avatar on March 30, 2006 at 5:35 pm

Fine. George W. Bush is a anti-American fascist pseudo-Christian Islamic radical simp. Happy?

hqsbud on March 30, 2006 at 5:37 pm

I met a man in Paris last November who said:
“Ce qui m‚Äôetonne, c‚Äôest le silence des eleveurs de porcs. Ne voient-ils rien venir?”
And I took him seriously. You should too.

DeBodine on March 30, 2006 at 5:45 pm

Not likely. If he wants to talk to me, he needs to speak my language.
I’m not being disparging, or a Francophobe. I had two years of French in High School and forgot almost all of it. I’d do a lot better if the quote was in Japanese.

MarkD on March 30, 2006 at 9:48 pm

Please forgive me MarkD, I was in a hurry and operating on two cups of coffee. When I looked at the first picture Debbie has above it reminded me of a conversation I had with a Muslim man in Paris who apparently thought I was Muslim too (although I don’t know why). The translation is this:
“What astonishes me, be the silence of the elevators of pigs. Don’t they see anything coming?”
He was referring to the French government and the growing unrest of their Muslim population. The “pigs” crack was meant as a slander against Westerners in general who will eat pork.

DeBodine on March 30, 2006 at 10:03 pm

Caption for the first pic:
“As America’s foremost authorities on keepping America safe, Senators Levin, Kennedy, and Clinton of the Senate Select Committee on Terrorism consider the latest threat from Osama bum Ladena as ‘Speak no Evil, Hear no Evil, See no Evil.'”
Caption for the second pic:
Senator Robert Byrd (D-KKK-WV) as he awakens during a hearing on national security after hearing a whooshing sound coming from under the bench asks, “OK…who’s using that penis pump, again?”

Thee_Bruno on March 31, 2006 at 8:07 am

Not sure about a caption however, in the second photo it appears that Levin is trying to give sexy Hill the old “tounge lick between the fingers” routine……….. GROSS,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Swamp Rabbit on March 31, 2006 at 9:22 am


jaywilton on March 31, 2006 at 10:13 am

DeBodine: You were in France?!? Speaking French?!!?? Speaking to a Muslim??!!!!!??? Traitor!! America hater!!!!! How could a Muslem ever confuse a true American with a fellow Muslim? Are you sure you donít have some in you?? If you do you better ìwalk softlyî.

MikeR on March 31, 2006 at 10:17 am

Caption for 2nd pic:
Hillary, “Listen, Byrd, unless your name is Sharon Stone, get your hand off my thigh now. And, no, I don’t want to go to your place and try out the sheets.”

Jeff_W on March 31, 2006 at 11:57 am

Caption for 1st pic:
New evidence suggests that hangovers may be contagious…

CJJ on March 31, 2006 at 12:09 pm

Top picture:
Shrillary: Senator Kennedy is that your hand or are you passing the bottle?
Second Picture:
Senator Kleagle: You are such a nice, Aryan babe Hillary, so are you a real blonde?

Grant on March 31, 2006 at 4:38 pm

This may shock you so brace yourself:
I choose to favor my own people over and above anyone else. I have a vested interest in their happiness and welfare. Many of them are my relatives and friends. Because we have so much in common, I enjoy their company more than anyone else. They share the same values that I do, want the same things that I do, and generally see the world as I do. Because their children are like mine and have been raised the same way, they too get along just fine. We share a common history. We know each other well. Because we have diligently applied ourselves and worked together, we have become prosperous and our people have flourished. I feel no compulsion to tolerate any ideology or people which would result in their harm.
Je ne choisirai jamais de favoriser des autres personnes quand il a comme cons?©quence le mal de mes propres. Ni l’un ni l’autre je m’attendrais ?† ce que n’importe quelles autres personne fassent ainsi. Nous sommes tous diff?©rents et c’est la mani?®re qu’il est. Apprenez ?† vivre avec elle.
I’ll leave this translation to you.

DeBodine on April 1, 2006 at 1:42 pm

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