"Ultimately, I will be judged on the body of my work."
-- Pat Foley of Homer Glen, Ill.
"I'm still relevant."
-- Steve Naso, Palm Coast, Flor.
"As you all know, there is a thin line between success and failure."
-- Michael Edwards, Charlotte
"Transparency is over-rated."
-- Steve LaDue, Fort Mill
"Critics of my health care plan lack substance."
-- Phil Clutts, Harrisburg
"What thin agenda?"
-- Phil Chubb, Charlotte
"If you like your cartoonist, you can keep your cartoonist."
-- From both Bill McGloughlin, Charlotte, and Bob Brandon, Charlotte
Thanks for all your entries. Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received this week:
"Even the media's sticking it to me."
"Now the cartoonists are sticking it to me."
"I do not lack substance."
"Are you saying I failed to flesh out Obamacare?"
"I will be drawing on my experience."
"Would I stick it to the American people?"
"I'm sticking with my figures."
"The Republicans are acting childish again."
"My vision is elementary."
"Scandals never stick to Clinton."
"My apparoval rating is in the stick figures."
Feel free to join a discussion about the winners, add more captions of your own, or let us know your favorites by clicking the 'Comments' link below. Please join us again Monday, Dec. 16, for a new cartoon caption challenge. -- Kevin Siers