The Harlem Ache Caption Contest has now concluded.
Top Five Entries:
5. “The pods for Bill and Hillary were in the last place she’d look for them…the kitchen!” – Mike AKA Proof
4. “Why yes, Bill and I do grow our own “herbs” just like you.” – Metoo
3. “This is not the White House I was promised.” – Cathy
2. “Yes, this is a very nice home (whispers to aid: find out who set this up), yes, nice plants (whispers to aid: NOW!) yes, nice kitchen (whispers: you got the name? good, set up an Arkancide!!!)” – MelP
WINNER! – WHAT HAPPENED??????? – DocRambo
The Harlem Ache Caption Contest
(Source: Josh Robin)
Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted Monday, July 31st.
Original Caption: “More @HillaryClinton in East Harlem.” – @JoshRobin
Barack Obama reportedly demanded the Clinton campaign to concede the 2016 election; and he had to make the demand three times before Hillary took action.
A new book on the Clinton campaign contains the revelation that Clinton had to be pressured into conceding her loss on election night by President Barack Obama.
“POTUS doesn’t think it’s wise to drag this out,” White House political director David Simas is reported as saying to Robby Mook, Clinton’s campaign manager. The campaign did not concede at that point.
Later, President Obama himself called and told Clinton, “You need to concede.” The president then repeated the demand to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta shortly thereafter.
Clinton still refused to make a concession speech until the next day, but remember, Hillary is a rational, mild-tempered woman who is fit to lead this country.
Former Vice-President, Senator, and perennial D-student Joe Biden said he regrets not running for president. The Delaware dullard believes he could have won the election… or maybe not.
Former Vice President Joe Biden late Friday night voiced regret about his decision not to run for president, predicting if he had secured the Democratic nomination he could have won against Donald Trump.
“I had planned on running for president and although it would have been a very difficult primary, I think I could have won,” he said. “I don’t know, maybe not. But I thought I could have won.”
Biden explained that he didn’t regret the time he was able to spend with his son Beau Biden, who later died after battling cancer.
“But do I regret not being president? Yes,” Biden said. “I was the best qualified.”
Wow, I thought Biden was stupid before. A three-decade senator and former VP claiming he was more qualified than a woman who married a guy who eventually became president? That’s just lunacy.