You Write the Caption

The New winner: Feb. 13, 2015

The winner:

"I was Charlie . . ."

-- Richard Randall of Cherryville

The runners-up:

"We can only print good news about President Obama."

-- Kim Purcell, Mooresville

"Gov. McCrory likes it."

-- Bill McGloughlin, Charlotte

"They also offer an online subscription."

-- Steve A. Meckler, Charlotte

Thanks for all your many entries.  Here's a few more of some of the better lines we received:

"All the news that's fit to print."  (This from the vast majority of entries)

"No news is good news." (Again, from many, many readers)

"You just fit it over your computer screen."

"Just make up stuff like they do on TV."

"They cut out the sensationalism."

"They cut out the bias."

"This is the politically correct version."

"I see Obama's ISIS plan made page one."

"It's always much ado about nothing."

"The stories stay the same, we just change the faces."

Feel free to join a discussion about the winner, add more captions of your own, or let us know your favorites by clicking the 'Comments' link below.  Please join us again Monday, Feb. 16, for a new cartoon caption challenge. -- Kevin Siers