"He's a monument. This one's a bust."
-- Ross Levin of Charlotte
"There's admired, and then there's just plain mired."
-- Phil Clutts, Harrisburg
"They're both memorials for dead bodies."
-- Carolyn Hudson, Columbia, S.C.
"And here we have represented both Progress and Congress."
-- John Rudasill, Cherryville
Thanks for all your entries. And congratulations to Ross Levin for being another of our twice-in-a-row winners! Here's a few more captions culled from the many sent in:
"He had a dream, we have a nightmare." -- with variations from many readers
"Memorialized versus immobilized."
"One had a dream and one's asleep."
"One acheived his goal through non-violence, the other through non-action."
"I have a dream versus We have a scheme."
"One's a monument and the other's a monstrosity."
"That one's not all marble. Its feet are made of clay."
"I have a dream versus I have a blockage problem."
"The epitome of being between a rock and a hard place."
Feel free to join a discussion about the winner, add more captions of your own, or let us know your favorites by clicking the 'Comments' link below. Please join us again Monday, Jan. 26 for a new cartoon caption challenge. -- Kevin Siers