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:

President Barack Obama helps stain shelves during a National Day of Service school improvement project at Burrville Elementary School in Washington, D.C., Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Winners will be announced Monday morning.

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

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  • EricSteel

    “I think that I’m a better speechwriter than my speechwriters, I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors, I’m a better political director than my political director, and I’ll tell you right now that I am a better painter than Michelangelo.”

  • Joe_Miller

    I just made my skin darker with this stuff and nobody even noticed.

    “Hey, Barry, you missed a spot!”

  • EricSteel

    Immediately after his one minute photo op of painting a wooden shelf, Barack Obama was presented with the award considered to be the Nobel Prize of painting.

  • Paul Hooson

    “I’m working on a building. It’s a Holy Ghost building. For my Lord, for my Lord…”. “I don’t actually know any work spirituals, so turn the record over…”.

  • Wizbang’s Kevin Aylward angles for yet another example of McGehee’s “Scenes from a More Just Universe” caption submissions. Which will once again finish out of the money.

  • Paul Hooson

    This week on THIS OLD GOVERNMENT on PBS, someone in government does something productive….

  • Paul Hooson

    “I bet Romney could at least afford to pay a painter…”.

  • JonS

    Fumin’ & Choomin’!

  • sarahconnor2

    Big deal. He’s been giving the country a good shellacking for the past four years.

  • sarahconnor2

    Obama reminds us all again that he’s a complete lefty.

  • disqus_bGvwU2W1G3

    The president tries his hand at sugar coating his cabinet selection.

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  • Bird666

    “So, this is, like, work, right? Don’t I get any free stuff?”

  • “Hurry up and take the picture. Standing here pretending to be working while all these plebeians are exhaling on me is creeping me out.”

  • Dale Dawson

    Obama brushing up.

  • Dale Dawson

    I love those fumes. They help me form great plans for the country.

  • Guest

    If you weren’t taking so long pleasuring yourself, Mr President, we wouldn’t need 3 people to paint the bookcase.

  • Paul Hooson

    Some presidents do the work of two men….Laurel & Hardy.

  • cathymv

    See, just like Obama said: You didn’t make that!!

  • “Hey look… Kenneth left the frequency right here.

  • RestlessLegs

    Unqualified, no matter what the job.

  • retired.military

    At last we have the answer to question
    “How many union members does it take to stain a 6 foot cabinet?”

  • 914

    “When the tender leaves of autumn return it will be time for you to leave us grass hopper”

  • Jwb10001

    You didn’t paint that!

  • Obama displays “Rugged Masculinity Gone Wild” by not only varnishing for a photo op for 30 seconds without a wrist brace, but also without a breathing apparatus.

  • That’s the last of the fingerprints. If this Benghazi thing doesn’t go away, I’ll need to look for a better alibi.

  • As a rookie at CSI District of Columbia, Barry couldn’t figure out where to put the chalk outline. Or what “chalk” was…

  • Cary Antebi

    “I’ve been brushing aside my cabinet for years.”

  • Cary Antebi

    “Why work so hard when you can get the government to pay for this.?”

  • Cary Antebi

    “I find you can whitewash just about anything.”

  • Cary Antebi

    “Hmmm, three people to paint one shelf. Seems like another government project.”

  • Brett Buck

    Obama has his first experience with what the little people call “work”.

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