Caption Contest Winners

The I Got S-S-S-Steam Heat Caption Contest is now over.

Top Five Entries:
5. Someday son, these will be yours. – Art
4. Get in mah belly! – Veeshir
3. Joe Biden begins interviewing his prospective interns. – Barry D.
2. The new Lincoln Project intern complies with the company dress code. – Mike AKA Proof

WINNER! – This is the last know picture of the wrestling tag team Fat Man and Little Boy before the unfortunate accident… Funeral services for Little Boy will be held Monday evening at Weepy Wyatts Funeral Home. In place of flowers, please donate to the Spatula Fund Charity. – Sully

Weekend Caption Contest

I Got S-S-S-Steam Heat Caption Contest
(Source: Reuters)

Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted on Monday, January 25th.

Original Caption: A boy stands next to his father as they visit a “Hammam”, a traditional steam bath in Najaf, Iraq. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani

CNN Goes Full Retard

Trump Derangement Syndrome is now a Category 1 epidemic at CNN. Smilin’ Jim Acosta and Barbara Starr – who both totes love our servicemen and women – questioned whether soldiers who asked for MAGA hats to be signed by the commander-in-chief should be charged with violating the Hatch Act.

This was a serious discussion conducted by two wholly unserious people.

During Wednesday’s edition of The Situation Room, fill-in host and chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta, seemingly under the assumption Trump was handing out the hats, wanted Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr to tear into the President for turning the trip into a “campaign stop.”

Starr informed Acosta that reports said it was the troops who showed up with the hats. “We will have to see if that actually proves to be the case. The question is, if they brought them or if the President brought them; what commander allowed that to really happen,” Starr continued in a huff.

Seemingly eager to tattle on those brave soldiers, Starr wasn’t very happy they were carrying Trump campaign material:

Because this is very much against military policy and regulation. Troops are not supposed to be involved in political activities. The U.S. military is not a political force. And there’s no question, the saying “Trump 2020” and “Make America Great Again,” those are political slogans of a Trump campaign they are not governmental sayings, to say the least.

Now remember, the media loves our troops and is not in any way the enemy of the American people.

Dan Bongino mentioned this on last night’s Mark Levin Show, and he has a point; anyone who puts their life on the line by protecting this country should be able to wear whatever they damned well please.