Sunday, July 27, 2008

Silly Summer Sunday Sweepstakes: The Dubya Years

In The Scholastic Scribe's continuing efforts to exercise her right to Freedom of Speech, knowledge of Journalism Ethics (now, Cherubs: an oxymoron? Discuss!) & tickle your funnybone, we bring you another Silly Summer Sunday Sweepstakes.

You know the drill. Study the snap, conjur a caption, write your caption in the comments section of this post, and voilĂ ! There you have it--another Summer Sunday frittered away at the hands of humor.

Of course, you'll win nada--as in Zip!--for your time & trouble, but the satisfaction of knowing you've made people smile. And have induced a chuckle or 2.

This is a double-dippin' weekend of sorts. We posted a pretty highSTAREical snap yesterday, so you're more than welcome to scribble a Caption Comment over there, too (we do believe that Hoagie already took the initiative and got the proverbial ball rolling)!

For the uninitiated, this is an Equal Opportunity Blog. That means we hurl insults at everyone, especially politicians. We have no idea if this snap of Dubya is real, photoshopped, or whatever. We just had to share it with someone--and that means you!

12 comments:

Gina said...

Finally, here's proof that George Bush doesn't have America going backwards. It's upside down.

40 said...

"This is a much better book than My Pet Goat!"

Tara R. said...

"What page are you on? I'm lost!"

I'll be so glad when November is over and we all know one way or the other who the new president will be. The wait is making me nuts.

Veggie Mom said...

'scuse me, darlin'--are you reading in Hebrew, Chinese or American?

Clix said...

George Bush: the man who puts the 'duh' in 'education.'

m~ said...

I'm confused....again.

Sean Hogan said...

"I opened it upside down, and must stay the course."

OKP said...

"Why's my Florida upside down, sweetie?"

PhatMom said...

I thought this was a book about America, not Latin America. And it's even written in Latin.

Edna Lee said...

Although shamed by the public revelation that George cannot do math, he feels confident that he's successfully hidden his inability to read.

or

When George was in the 3rd grade, his teacher wrote "Mission Accomplished" across the reading section of his report card.

dkzody said...

"What do you mean I didn't pass the Exit Exam?"

Q6 said...

"Finally, George W. Bush finds himself on the receiving end of NCLB."

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