"I was going to wear a Karl Marx mask but felt it would be redundant."
-- D. C. Campbell of Mooresville
"All the mavericks sold out!"
-- Kevin Hall, Charlotte
"You were expecting change?"
-- Brent Sheppard, Morganton
"Why yes, I did get my costume from ACORN, how did you ever guess?"
-- Chris Toomey, Fort Mill
"See, Obama really is a-head."
-- Hanna Danzinger (age 11), Charlotte
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Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received this week:
"Trick or Trick!"
"What you see is what you get!"
"This was the scariest mask I could find!"
"With the election almost in the bag, it’s hard to disguise my glee."
"Whom did you expect, Joe the Plumber?"
"Do you want a lie or a half-truth?"
"Please give me your 100 Grands, but save your Snickers for McCain."
"No hidden agendas for me!"
"It's a convenient way to avoid campaign contribution limits."
"They were all out of Robin Hood masks."
"Even I don't know who I am."
"I'm disguised as a community organizer!"
"If you give me twice the amount of candy and I'll give half to the kids too lazy to trick or treat."
" 'Two-faced'? That's the nicest name I have been called in weeks!"
"My face did freeze this way!"
"I'm masking for your support!"
"He grows on you after a while."
"My inspiration? Me, course!"
"Who did you expect? Tina Fey?"
"I need twice as much since I'm sharing the wealth!"
Please join us again Monday, Oct. 27, for a new cartoon caption challenge.