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Scoop Interactive: Heads Of Domination Captions

Closeup Of George W's Goofy Expression
Caption Competition: CNN Heads Of Domination

What Bush Actually Said Immediately Before He Made This Face

"Throughout the 20th century, small groups of men seized control of great nations, built armies and arsenals, and set out to dominate the weak and intimidate the world. In each case, their ambitions of cruelty and murder had no limit. Now, in this century, the ideology of power and domination has appeared again, and seeks to gain the ultimate weapons of terror."

Captions Submitted By Readers

(NOTE: Scoop would be happy to receive more reader captions for this priceless photo of the Commander in Chief. Please send your contributions to with the words “Caption Competition” in the Subject field.)

" Unka Dick, someone's sprayed onion juice on my boxers."
- SM

Dubya: Do you think they're buying it?
Cheney: Doesn't matter. We're the ones in charge.

God was my copilot... but we crashed and I had to eat him.
- PR

“I am an illegal chimpanzee”
- OY

"That microphone really hurts rammed into my neck and now my tongue won't go back in"
- KT

"Let's see them find a picture of a monkey pulling this face".
(see also…. Monkey Images)

- Theo

1) "I think I'll start right now by kicking that guy's ass over there!"
2) "You over there! What are you looking at?"
3) "Buddy, if you don't wipe that smirk off your face, I'll have to open a can of whoppp ass right here!"
4) ...and it appears to be sticking it's tougue out!
5) “Please, Daddy, can we start now?”

- VM

"Cross my fingers .-. Cross my forked tongue .-. Cross my eyes"
------- Cheney ------------ Bush -------------- Hastert
- Euph


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