Wizbang Weekend Caption Contest™

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for the Wizbang Weekend Caption Contest™. Enter your best caption for the following picture:

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) (background) the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, takes a picture at the start of the testimony of witnesses on Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's Senate confirmation hearings as Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) listens on Capitol Hill in Washington January 12, 2006. Alito completed his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday after frustrated Democrats took a final crack at getting more definitive answers from the 55-year-old conservative. REUTERS/Jim Young

Winners will be announced Sunday.

Update: Winners announced. Click the link to read the winning entries. The contest is now closed.

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  • DaveD

    Leahy had finally found the perfect subject for a photo spread.

  • I thought I was making an ass of myself? This guy is over the top. I need a picture of this!

  • Ken

    An unidentified operative, seen testing the new TOP SECRET Stupifier X100. Observers speculate that it explains the incoherent thought processes demonstrated by Senator Kennedy last week, causing him to lose focus and spew invective that dissipated harmlessly.

  • Patrick Leahy’s spirit camera captures an image of Mary Jo Kopechne’s ghost hovering over Ted Kennedy with a beatific smile and a set of sharpened pruning shears.

  • “Hair Club For Men, Before And After, Throw Your CAP Collection away!!!!”

  • Dick Cheney snaps a photo for his scrapbook project: “Marginalization of the Democractic Party, Sweet Memories.”

  • “Damn, I’m all blurry again,” slurred Kennedy as he looked in the mirror.

  • “I knew Jack Kennedy’s finger. I’ve smelled Jack Kennedy’s finger. You sir, are not Jack Kennedy’s finger!”

  • What is it with all these guys and back and to the left?

  • Rodney Dill

    Later Senator Leahy could only recall this about Senator Kennedy’s questioning prowess: “As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”

  • Update: Winners announced. Click the link to read the winning entries. The contest is now closed.