This Caption It is dedicated to cakeboy #2, silly #7 , anon #16 , and captionit #18. It’s here to stay.
(image via growabrain)
Yikes, gettin a lil violent with your reader-base, nice move!
Socialites are dipsticks.
Hasn’t he been giving everyone the finger for the last 4 years already?
I love this website more and more each day…haha!
I couldn’t believe people had the nerve to complain. Let ’em go make thier own site!
HAHAHHA – LOVES IT!!!!
Nice! Give ’em hell!
I didn’t know monkeys could make complicated hand gestures like that. I guess I misunderestimated him, but it’d look more natural if he just stuck to slinging his crap at America.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! God, I love this website!!!!!
F U 2, Bush!!!
“George W. Bush…restoring honor and dignity to the White House on a daily basis”
perhaps he thought that this gesture would help people “put food on their families” and stop other nations from “holding us hostile”.
ahahahhahahha…that’s great. b/c you know your forcing people to look at the site and leave comments…
george bush should sit on that finger and spin
What do we people who spoke in favor of the Caption Its get? 😀
You seem a little peeved, so maybe I shouldn’t have asked that…
Love it! More power to you Miu, do whatever the hell you want with your blog and people can just piss off. Oh and my caption?
“In response to your question about separation of church and state, as well as your inquiries about the ballooning deficit I have this to say…”
That was classic !!!!
I never ever post. I’m always here.
I had to this time…
DEAR GOD WHEN WILL WE BE DELIVERED OF THIS USURPER
That is why I love W! He’s awesome. Kick ass.
IS BOY BLUNDER COUNTING THE NUMBER OF CORRECT DECISIONS HE HAS MADE IN THE LAST 5 YEARS!!
Like a monkey, he’s just imitating what he sees us all doing to him on the other side of the glass. =)~
President Bush responds with typical eloquence after being asked by members of the press whether he took public opinion into consideration in selecting his Supreme Court nominee.
I love this because I see it from the RIGHT angle. He’s giving all you fag loving, tree hugging, abortion having, anti-Christian, pro-Iraq, left wing pieces of trash, the finger!
Go Bush! Fuck the left!
Oh and by the way, get over it, you lost the race. Boo-hoo!
chock-o-chicken pretty much sums up the republican party.
Smell my finger…I just pulled it out of my #%$ for the first time in 6 years!
Interviewer: So, President Bush, tell us about your cocaine problem
Bushie: Well, y’all, i use this here finger and stick it up my nose like this!
Thanks Miu !!!
I love writing my comments in Caption It. I get out my pent up annoyed anger created by family, friends and co workers.
F’em if they don’t like it.
HUH HUH HUH … I’m soo funny. What an intelligent president we have elected. He is so STUPID. I hate him.
but i’d rather have gotten a rose.
i got such a hardknock life
Geez chock the chicken or whatever your name is. Someones upset. Yikes! why don’t you go back to your trailer park, choke your chicken and get ‘er done. Maybe after you calm down you will realize what an ignorant slob Bush is. Sorry over here on the left we prefer our politicians to speak intellegently rather than use obscene gestures. Take your hillbilly ass somewhere else!
i <3 it.
if you don't like caption it.dont comment.duh
President Bush Thanks the People Who Actually Believed His Campaign Promises. Suckers!
How to make every dead President roll over in their graves at once.
“Sorry over here on the left we prefer our politicians to speak intellegently rather than use obscene gestures.”
Yeah. Taking a cigar and sticking it in your intern’s unmentionable places isn’t obscene at all. Come to think of it, being unfaithful to your wife and family and bonking the aforementioned intern “all because I could” just extrudes intelligence, and certainly doesn’t exemplify an “obscene gesture”.
Being notoriously tanked in Washington area bars isn’t “obscene”. Driving drunk, running off a road into a lake at Chappaquiddick Island, and killing a young woman certainly isn’t “obscene”. However, getting your jail time suspended because of your affluence demonstrates “intelligence”, because you clearly know how to handle our judicial system.
But what do I and my “hillbilly ass” know? Anyway, I’m off to the trailer park to cash my government welfare check that intelligent people on the left valiantly fought for. Hmm, maybe I am on the wron party indeed.
Infantile Leader of the Free World Demonstrates how Long his Silver Spoon was.
Hey, Thad–hummmm, being unfaithful, W’s pop was unfaithful to ol’ Barb; hummmm, getting tanked and then doing something stupid, W has NEVER done that before; hummmm, sending thousands of Americans to die and/or be maimed for life, that’s defiitely, 100% moral–right on, Thad!!!
Figures! He is such a dork! Can’t wait till he is gone!
I always knew he was a jerk! I wonder who is getting the finger… well he is laughing at all of us, that’s for sure!
umm, excuse me, chock-o-chicken…since when did we “left wingers” become “pro-Iraq?.” I think you are mistaken there…I bet you love Tobey Keith, huh? And Thad, is being a cokehead moral? If I had to choose between the guy getting his intern off and a guy who is under the influence of a narcotic to run the country, I’d rather have the guy getting off…atleast I’d know he was sober! Bush SUCKS…we anti-christians better learn how to pray…we’re in for a hell of a bumpy ride the next three years. Come to think of it, I’d say we’re pretty much living the hell that is Bush already, so it can’t possibly get worse (on second thought, yes it can). Let’s hope the country survives three more years of Bush’s finger throwin’, big fuck you. I’ll pray for it, how about you?
“W’s pop was unfaithful to ol’ Barb”
Really? I’ve never heard substantial evidence of this. I’ve heard rumors of this. And I’ve also heard rumors that Barbara Bush has had a sex change, Laura Bush is a dyke, and George H. W. Bush is an ex-communist. Until I see something other than a bunch of conspiracy theories, George and Barbara Bush have had a loving relationship.
As much as I ridicule, I honestly don’t blame Bill Clinton entirely for his infidelity. If I were married to Hillary Clinton, I too would probably seek relations elsewhere.
“getting tanked and then doing something stupid, W has NEVER done that before”
I don’t recall it being in the news that George W. Bush was tanked in the past 5 to 10 years. However, Ted Kennedy’s frequent visits to bars and subsequent intoxication is almost something of a Massachusetts tradition.
“sending thousands of Americans to die and/or be maimed for life, that’s defiitely, 100% moral”
Let’s see. Soldiers have died because of George W. Bush knowing they rid Iraq of a dictator, and subsequently tried to restore peace. People have died as a result of Ted Kennedy knowing he had a good time at Happy Hour at the Drunken Clam. The two situations are really comparable, aren’t they?
Right, “conspiracy theories” wink*wink*
Gotcha, Thad. See you at the next log-cabin meeting. xoxo
^ How dare you insinuate or question my sexuality?! Did you not see my recent advertisement for a “B or C list starlet to accompany me to social functions. Sexual relations not required.”? That should have cleared up any doubt about my heterosexuality then and there. 😉
I’m not trying to promote Bush’s agenda any more than I’m trying to promote Bill Clinton’s. Honestly, I’m not the biggest Bush supporter, and I’m extremely disappointed in his handling of our government funds. What I’m trying to say is that whatever you say about conservatives can also be said about liberals. You can criticize George Bush for his substance abuse, but you can also criticize Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton for their public drunkeness and past marijuana smoking, respectively. You can criticize Bush for his perceived lack of intelligence, but you can also criticize John Kerry for his making worse grades in Yale than George W. Bush. Whatever someone says about Republicans, with a little investigating, someone can say essentially the same thing about Democrats, and vice versa.
The thing I’m most trying to combat is the stereotypes. Calling Republicans “Nascar watching, country music listening, cheap domestic beer drinking hillbillies” is about as valid as me calling Democrats “impoverished, government dependent, idealistic, granola potheads”. Both are common stereotypes, but neither are very accurate in the long run.
Thad…take the advice from where the “finger bush” came from…GROW A BRAIN!
The thing that really bothers me is that Republicans are STILL hashing about Bill Clinton, and this president is now in his second term. Do you get the feeling they do this to draw attention AWAY from all of the bad decisions our current administration has made? Moral values aside, unfortunately for our country the Bill Clinton years are long over now. While I will agree that both parties have members who are not exactly upstanding and who have made human mistakes that everyday people like us make on a regular basis, it has been my experience that Republicans spend a good more of their time being judgemental, idealistic, self righteous pricks. They tend to forget more about their own parties indescretions and spend more time pointing fingers or finding someone else to blame (usually a democrat).
Way to go kitty kat! You said it!
Why do Republicans still focus on President Clinton’s indiscretions? For two reasons: first, Clinton walked into that trap himself. He actually made it easy for Republicans to ridicule and scorn him for years to come. Second, well, there hasn’t been a Democratic president for 5 years. And quite honestly, I don’t forsee another Democratic president in the forseeable future. The Democrats have lost and continue touch with America, but that’s for another discussion entirely.
The current Karl Rove situation: Democrats are calling for his resignation and criticizing Bush for not following through with pledge to fire any source leaker. What is the GOP saying? “This is a partisan attack from the Democrats.”
Zippergate: President Clinton was impeached for perjury because of his lewd acts. What did the Democrats say? “This is a partisan attack from the GOP.”
Criticize us all you want, but don’t even think about accusing us of things Democrats are notorious for, too. Yes, Republicans shift the blame to the Democrats. But Democrats also shift the blame to the Republicans. It’s beyond a political tendency; it’s a human tendency.
Thad…take your political agenda to a site that cares. You’re getting entirely too serious for the website man. This is a celebrity webpage…it’s supposed to be fun. Last I checked, Bush was a semi-celebrity. Talking politics with another blind Republican just ain’t fun. We see and hear enough of this shit on the news. Go away. Move on…get a life…whatever.
I fail to see how “I’m getting too serious” when I try to defend my party, but when you attempt to defend your party, it’s somehow related to the fun nature of this being a celebrity webpage. I guess I could just sit back and let the derivitive conservative comments float over me, but you didn’t sit back and let my comments flow, either. Debating with a run-of-the-mill intolerant, elitist liberal isn’t my favorite thing either, but I must admit, some times it is rather fun.
But in the interest of bipartisianship, I too will give my caption to this.
“George W. Bush, in his usual eloquence, responds to MoveOn.org.”
“The President shows us what he really thinks of the two Paris’s engagement.”
Wow. Comparing the Karl Rove “situation” of leaking information that ruined someone’s career compared to Clinton having sex is not really in the same ballpark. Lighten up.
it’s not about clinton v. bush. whatever, clinton lied about sexual affairs. clinton is a whore. fine. we get it.
but even my poor mother who voted for bush in the first election is FURIOUS at this administration. in fact, the republicans i know feel he has abandoned the party, and are upset. why? well, besides excessive spending and pushing our country into massive debt, it’s because of LIES. this is the most secretive administration to ever enter the white house. the karl rove situation is just one piece on the puzzle that spells “IRAQ: COVERUP, WE LIED.”
just what exactly is your breaking point? i guess it’s not the lack of wmds, the thousands of kids who died, falsely linking 9-11 to iraq, or karl rove’s revenge against those who dare oppose the administration.
when do you break from your hardline partisianship and actually look at this picture as a thinking individual? i mean, jeez, i’ve always been a proud progressive, but even i knew when to disagree with clinton every now and then.
not just ruined career–the v. plame lead jeapordized national security. but whatever–Bush and his administration give the American people a bird everyday and the majority of us sit there and take it like it’s our fucking job.
No, Mr. President, fuck you!
He is just awesome! He’s the best leader that any country besides England (Tony Blair) has ever had. America should be very proud. ROCK ON! Republicans in the white house from now on. All of you tree hugging , anti-war, left wing liberals, will just have to live with it.
What’s cute is the “political discussion” we’re all having on a celebrity gossip blog. It’s sorta like watching the cast of the Real World Austin discuss the situation in Iraq.
“just what exactly is your breaking point? i guess it’s not the lack of wmds, the thousands of kids who died, falsely linking 9-11 to iraq, or karl rove’s revenge against those who dare oppose the administration.”
I criticize the Bush administration all the time. Earlier tonight, I made the exact same comment you did about his fiscal irresponsibility. In my blog, I often get angry at random people in the administration connecting Iraq and 9/11. But I’m not going to admit that Bush has been a terrible President. He hasn’t been a great one, but certainly not a terrible one.
Like it or not, Bush and/or his administration was effective at preventing another attack against America after 9/11. And I received thousands of dollars because of his tax cuts. All in all, I’ve done pretty well in this Presidency.
Yes, the Karl Rove situation is unacceptable. But I’ve seen no evidence that links what he did to the President. Karl Rove should be fired. Will he be fired? – my guess is probably not. But to condemn the President for Rove’s actions is like condemn a father for his adult son’s actions. If anything, we should be condemning the President for not upholding his pledge to “fire anyone who leaked information”, and that kind of condemning is something I’m sure we’ll be seeing in the upcoming weeks/months.
Dear everyone –
The rest of the world hates us. I don’t think it’s a lingering grudge over the fact that President Clinton fooled around with an intern. But that’s just a guess.
P.S. Let’s talk about celebrities again.
I think he’s demonstrating his Condi Shocker…
Did you just find this? Cuz’ my stripper friend forwarded to me months ago. And strippers rock.
You are so right on. I have a neighbor who works for Rolls Royce and travels to England every other month…he said althouh no one is completely rude to him in England…outside of that country he has had a hard time with people thinking all americans have a redneck, arrogant, cowboy mentality. He said the climate is so different from when Clinton was in office. He also commented that the Europeans still just LOVE Clinton and think we conservative americans are loony for making such a big deal about his intern affair since mistresses have been a normal part of european society for decades. While I don’t agree with Clinton’s sexual actions, I don’t think it had any affect on his ability to run our country. Anyway, this really has nothing to do with the topic at hand other than that I totally agree with your statement in the whole world hating us and basically thinking we’re assholes. We need to continue to have friendly, working relationships with other nations and I think the next president in office is going to have to work extra hard on repairing those relationships after Bush is out of office. It’s really ashame.
I’m not going to get political with this one. I don’t even know why people bother to debate about politics, it’s not like you are going to change the other person’s mind, and if you actually do, the other person certainly would never admit that your argument changed their mind.
But I would like to know if this is even real and if so, where is this from?
Whats with the dude trying to argue for the rights sake? On socialitelife.com? Seriously though. Wow.
god, i know this is a pop culture website, but i really hate seeing ignorant comments go unanswered. after this, no more. pinky promise. so here we go:
1) It’s extremely frustrating to see people judge economic health on a short-term basis. Even fiscally conservative people agree that Bush’s tax plan is hurtful. Supply-side tax cuts are just about the worst, most regressive method of growing an economy. They are unfair and direct the created economic bonanza towards the portion of the American population that least needs or could make the most efficient use of the funds. (the SUPER RICH).
Bush tax cuts are producing unsustainable deficits. As a result of W’s supply-siding and the government’s revenue losses, which led to Clinton’s surpluses turning into budget deficits almost immediately, the estimated federal debt in 2009 is projected to be roughly $10 trillion. This is the mess that supply-side economics causes.
Our borrow borrow borrow, spend spend spend policy is leading to a weaker dollar worldwide and is hurting the economy in the long run. You may like your short term tax savings for now, but it means dramatic economic harm in the future. Think long term, duh.
2) First off, 9-11 happened on Bush’s watch. He ignored the warnings, he ignored the memos. He went on his long presidential vacation in August despite urgent memos regarding an possible attack by Al Queda. He sat motionless and nonresponsive when learning about the horrific events that day, which is inexccusable for a leader.
The world was on our side after 9-11. “We are all Americans” claimed the foreign newspapers on 9/12. How on earth can you go from that to the stage we are at now? Bush’s foreign policy has been a disaster, and once again it follows the same short-term blind-sightedness as his economic plans. Go to war now, make some money, think about the consequences later. His war (which was based on false pretenses) has created terrorist cells that were non-existent beforehand. This adminstration’s arrogance has created an angry future generation that has seen their moms and dads and sisters and brothers blown away by American bombs. Al Queda was never in Iraq before, but thanks to this war, we have successfully created a terrorist breeeding ground. What we saw in London – 18 year old kids blowing themselves up – is sadly a sign of what’s to come.
That’s it for now. Back to Lindsay Lohen. (Even pop culture can’t make me feel better these days. Sigh)
Republicans have forgotton about America. In the pledge of alligance I never knew why I felt so bad about standing up for it the past few years, so unpatriotic. I have lost MY vision of who America is within the growing group of neo-conservatives around me. I love America and I love my country, but its hard to say “With liberty and Justice for all” when there is NOT liberty and justice for all in this country. I found out today from Howard Dean that the GOP has not balanced the US budget in 40 years. On top of that there WAS a surplus before W Bush and now there is not. He is driving us deeper and deeper in DEBT. That is just terrible. I also learned from Hillary that how can we say freedom for people in Iraq when there is no freedom for us here as Americans. Our voting rights, our civil rights and our reproductive rights are being threated. During the last elections republicans bullied and prevented voters from voting. Their were less machines to vote with in areas with black male populations and young people populations. In Ohio, young voters were forced to show up with 1 form of ID, which was not a requirement and on average young people had to wait one hour or more to vote during the last election whereas adults did not.
Hillary told us that we cannot live in a country that discriminates and excludes some for the purpose of helping the rich and powerful. If we continue to let people live in a life of privilage we are no longer doing our country right.
I even learned that there are prolife democrats and that they believe in taking care of the child fully after it is born.
After this experience I am totally renewed.
No one is PRO ABORTION. NO ONE. I feel that abortion being legal is something that we need to perserve because it is a personal choice. You cannot force your choice on someone else. That is the way that we preserve the rights of people. And to those who think I am going to hell for that you can go to hell as well.
By the way I wish I had a tee shirt that said FCUK YOU I’M RUNNING FOR OFFICE TO SUPPORT MY PARTY
I also learned that Democrats are here for America because they want freedom here first and jobs. I don’t know about you but I want a job when I get out of school. Don’t you? Democrats want to bolster the economy because they believe that if you don’t have peace at home than how can you have peace abroad. They love their country because they care about the common people, not the people who have money to burn. They have moral ideal that value family over business, choice and freedom in America, and preserving our rights. Republicans want to take away those rights. Democrats are open to new ideas. And dont put that “liberal” label on me. I’m going to keep fighting throught it.
Bill Clinton, the last democrat in power, had the first law he enacted by the Family Leave Law Act which stated that if you or someone in your family is sick than you can leave your job legally for 3 weeks and they cant fire you. The Republicans would not vote for it because they said it would hurt business. When they say that they are pro-family than how come they didn’t vote on this? Thankfully it was passed and my mom can have days off to take care of my brother who is often sick.
And this is perfect because I think we should discuss politics like celebrity issues, even more so because they effect our life in such a big way. Who are we if not a community? This may not be the place but I added my 2 cents because I just came back from the college dems convention in Washington DC where I work for the US dept of Labor.
Caption goes like this “This is what I’d love to do to Condi Rice, yaahh!”