The Timinator, TIM KELLEY, strikes again!
In six words, Tim simultaneously summed up and satirized the embarrassing imbroglio that has given ethics reform its momentum.
George Will couldn't clear his throat in six words. Tim (OK, with a little graphic help) condensed an entire opinion column worth of content down to an economical one sentence package.
Which, of course, left him plenty of leftover words to make into other captions. And, being Tim, that's what he did. And that is a good thing.
The screeners were highly entertained this round by many quality submissions. Keep setting those standards high, folks.
To paraphrase the late Tibor Kalman, cliches and unimaginitive writing always carry an unspoken, but clearly heard subtext: The author doesn't think much of the audience's intelliigence.
If Alaskans want to be insulted, they can alway turn to Ben Stevens.
PS, A big "Welcome back" to Superjonk! We missed you. And someone organize a search party for Ultimate Cowboy...