TobyToons Caption Contest #1 – Results
Wow, it was hard to narrow down all the entries to the best ten. There were many great captions that didn’t make it into the top ten. The winning caption came from bcochran1981 and is shown above. The best thing about it is that it makes the point with only two words. There is only a single letter separating the 1st and 2nd place captions. Thanks | Read More »
Saturday Morning TobyToon – Caption Contest #1
This is the first of what I hope will become a weekly occurrence – a caption contest for the Redstate readers. I will be aiming for Saturday mornings around Noon each weekend, and will leave it open through Sunday night. A winner will be chosen from all the suggestions, and the speech balloon will be filled in with the best caption. Have fun!
I’m not a real president, but I play one on TV
Background Info: Last Friday, President Obama held a press conference, except it ended up NOT being President Obama. The press conference was held, instead, by FORMER President Clinton. To say the least, many people are wondering what that decision was all about. Read more about it here at Redstate, and here at the Daily Caller.
TSA screenings lead to first arrest
Testicular Safety Administration
Let me get this straight, in 2006 the left went ballistic over the revelation that the Bush Administration was using computers to track phone numbers (of calls made to and from suspected terrorists). It was the end of the America as we knew it, and the Bush Administration was destroying the Fourth Amendment. There were comments like these from Democrat politicians: “Are you telling me tens | Read More »
Historic Milestones in Tolerance
Many people think it had more to do with the fact that he said it while on the hated Fox News. npr basically claims that it had more to do with the fact that their employees are not allowed to have their own opinions, or at least share them on the air.
The social networking site facebook has allied with GLAAD to fight anti-gay references on the facebook site. You will get no argument from me when someone tries to prevent juvenile harassment and bullying of gays (I agree with Andrew Wilcow that gay people should exercise their second amendment right more frequently when faced with physical bullying and intimidation).