RS Caption Contest 02.12.2011 Results
This week’s winning caption came from Brian_Roastbeef with 18% of the votes (there were three captions tied for second). See the rest of the winning captions below: Thanks for participating. Sorry about the mix up on the caricature.
RS Caption Contest 02.12.2011
Saturday: Enter your captions here on Redstate in the comments section. Sunday: Vote for your favorite caption at TobyToons (poll in right sidebar). Monday: Winning entries announced here at Redstate
Egypt’s revolution is not over.
Egypt’s revolution is not over. As I write this, Hosni Mubarak’s reign as autocrat of Egypt ended mere minutes ago. The scenes on Al Jazeera English — the only international-news channel worth watching for the past month — are of a delirium in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. It is a panorama of popular victory unseen since Germans clambered up the Berlin Wall, and it may be | Read More »
The Fall of the House of Mubarak
Today is a day for joy. Hosni Mubarak has stepped down immediately as President of Egypt. Following on the heels of the departure of Ben Ali in Tunisia, we are witnessing the hitherto unprecedented spectacle of the people of a Muslim Arab state rising up in protest, of their own initiative, and throwing off a remarkably well-entrenched dictator. We rejoice in the spectacle because we | Read More »