"If you ignore 47 percent of it, the world is simpler."
-- Bill McGloughlin of Charlotte
"Democrats and Republicans finally reach a compromise."
-- Guy M. Long III, New York, N.Y.
"I swear to God it was united when I landed."
-- Donna Wells, Charlotte
"I've discovered Mitt's world!"
-- Will Robin, Hickory
"I'm not worried about the other 47 percent."
-- From many, many readers
Thanks for all your entries. Here's some other better lines that sailed across the threshold this week:
"We're all only worth half of what we used to be in today's economy."
"I present to you my new discovery: I call it the fiscal cliff."
"So why aren't the Native Americans happy to celebrate me?"
"I guess the world isn't as well-rounded as I thought."
"The Democrat side was a little flat in the debate."
"The UNC chancellor search will cover all parts of the world not affected by the grades scandal."
"Dumb iPad map app."
Please join us again Monday, Oct. 15, for a new cartoon caption challenge.