"Mis-tapes were made!"
-- Carolyn Hudson of Columbia, SC
"I'm really on a roll with this executive privilege thing!"
-- Alan Baker, Wadesboro, NC
"It's my new media policy -- Duct and Cover."
-- Bruce Walker, Charlotte
“We wanted to try this during the State of the Union, but Cheney could only find a glass of water.”
-- Emily Petren, Rock Hill
"I've decided to let Karl's interviews be taped."
-- Anita Gimon, Waxhaw
Thank you for all your entries. Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received this week:
"The Judiciary Committee is welcome to participate in taped conversations with my staff."
“As you can see, I have not tied Karl’s hands on this matter.”
"Of course he won't be lying .... his lips won't be moving."
"This should prove to everyone that I can speak for myself...myself...myself...myself...!"
"Truth? Could you please use that in a sentence?"
"Nixon had his tapes and I have mine."
"The committee wanterd to tape Carl , but I beat 'em to it!"
"I know it looks silly but it's the only way I can keep them from sticking their feet in there."
"I promise, every word Karl says today will be the absolute truth."
"He's ready to answer your questions."
"Next, he'll drink a glass of water while I sing 'Fergalicious.'"
"Mr. Rove speaks at the pleasure of the president."
“This is a demonstration of the proper use of duct tape when the Alert Level rises to Orange.”
Disagree with the judges? Got another caption to add to the list? Want to judge these yourself, and let us know your winners? Feel free to click on the little blue "Comments" link just below this post to discuss or comment on any of this. Please visit us again Monday for a new cartoon caption challenge.