"Nothing's going to rain on my charade."
-- Charleen Bolt of Charlotte
"Isaac's boss is a friend of mine."
-- Lou Desser, Indian Land, S.C.
"My reign is just beginning!"
-- Tom Cambern, Charlotte
"Slicker? I'll show you slicker!"
-- Loyd Dillon, Charlotte
(To the tune of 'Singing in the Rain') "I made millions with the Bain, made millions with the Bain, what a glorious country, only pay taxes on gains. I run my campaign, no tax returns to explain, made millions, millions with the Bain."
-- Ross Levin, Charlotte
Thanks for all your great entries. Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received:
"I got wet once. It was terrible."
"May I recommend a shelter?"
"We're going to take this election by storm!"
"At least we won't get stuck in that snow job in Charlotte."
"No, that's not Isaac. That's sweat off the Democratic Donkey."
"We're reigning in all our factions."
"Wet in the morning, Democrats take warning!"
"Relax. It's a hurricane, not Herman Cain!"
"I always keep a little something aside for a rainy day."
"I flip-flop so fast I spin-dry."
And, as a special treat (at least, I thought it was a treat), here's an expanded version of Ross Levin's rendition of Mitt Romney's Singing in the Rain:I made millions with the Bain
Though I drove in my car
with my dog up above
My Girl talks of love
And I'm ready to gov