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16 Captions for a REALLY awkward photo of Barack and Michelle

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Posted a blank of this photo over the weekend, here are 16 of the best/favorite captions people came up with.

This one had the biggest response yet, as of this writing there were just over 300 suggestions on Facebook alone!

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How long did it take you to solve this riddle?

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I thought this was a pretty good one. Biden would probably have trouble with it...

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The only one-way sign to cast a perfect shadow...

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Is this Photoshopped? I can't tell...

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Really though, this is pretty darn cool.

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An epiphany many who voted to reelect Obama must be realizing by now...

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See the original cartoon this was modified from here.

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PETA is right, meat is "murder"

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Wanna get a liberal to support gun rights? Use this logic on them...

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8 of the snarkiest Martin Luther King memes online (and 3 truly inspirational ones)

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Based on the lack of links on Memeorandum and Drudge about MLK day it's hard to tell if people aren't commenting on it because of the sense the mission was accomplished, or because many of those who "honor" him aren't fooling anyone anymore.

That said, on the surface it may appear that I'm trying to disrespect or discredit the work and words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. FAR from it!

If the Civil Rights movement happened today he and his allies would no doubt take to pounding the pavement of social media, but he would still be pounding literal pavement too. This is a man who had courage rarely seen outside of people who serve in the military. It's a courage that could never be overstated.

He has also had a legacy co-opted by people who are not at all interested in continuing it, but they want to use it for their own self-aggrandizement, or to appear "cultured" in the ways of greatness.

It is true that King was no saint, but it is also true that in too many ways our culture has devolved from the strength and moral uprightness he called for and preached as a means to effect positive lasting change.

This is in contradistinction to the liberal and leftist so-called "Progressives" who claim only THEY act in his name. They are the real perpetrators of tarnishing it so, as some of the images in this post aptly illustrate. Starting with this one...

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Time magazine thinks Hillary is unstoppable, but something can (and in a just world, should) stop her...

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Time magazine ran this cover about the "unstoppable" Hillary Clinton. iOwnTheWorld corrected it.

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A practically perfect animation that illustrates how government solves problems

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This has been around for a while, but I love it. It's even funnier when your mind is in the right context for it...

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Some GREAT food for thought for liberals who think they're the most compassionate Americans

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I don't know if Penn Jillette actually said this, but it's very well said and echoes conversations I've had with others on the topic that drew the very same conclusion.

To me, coerced giving through confiscatory means isn't just immoral, it actually degrades society because real compassion begins to atrophy..."why should I care about my neighbor when the government pays a  nameless, faceless bureaucrat to do it for me."

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