"Change is in the air? Not really."
-- Lee Baber of Charlotte
"Heads I'm the liberal, tails you're the liberal."
-- Al Vaughn, Waxhaw
"Wait a minute, both sides of this coin are the same!"
-- Ryan Smalley of Charlotte
"It all comes down to spin."
-- Julie Iacovelli, Concord
"Campaign contributions ain’t what they used to be!"
-- Kenneth Irving, Kannapolis
"See? There IS a dime's worth of difference between us."
Loyd Dillon, Charlotte, and, with variations, from many other readers
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Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received:
“Heads or tails, Charlotte wins!”
"The budget for the 'thin blue line' -- one thin dime!"
"As it is in most elections, money will be the deciding factor."
"We're both tails."
"Let's stop fighting over this money slated for Charlotte road construction."
"The winner gets to veto the flip."
"This economy makes it tough to raise money, so why don’t we just flip for it."
"Frankly, Charlotte, I don't give a dime!"
and the one everybody sent in . . . .
"Heads I win, tails you lose."