Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is trying out the latest technological craze: Google Glass.
The Minnesota congresswoman was photographed outside a House Republican meeting Wednesday morning sporting the product, which is basically a voice-activated computer mounted to a pair of glasses.
Knowing The Fix's readers as we do, we thought you'd come up with some great captions for it. So check out the pictures below and take to the comments section at the bottom of the post.
To the winner: a signed copy of "The Gospel According to the Fix."
Bachmann's Google glass moment twitter.com/pkcapitol/stat
— Paul Kane (@pkcapitol) May 15, 2013
— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) May 15, 2013
Last week, we asked readers to caption the photo taken by White House photographer Pete Souza of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the Oval Office for the chance to win a copy of Chris Cillizza's "The Gospel According to The Fix."
We got lots of responses on Twitter (#FixCaption) and on the original post:. And, yes, "Binders" and 47 percent jokes were popular. But, in the holiday spirit, the winner selected by the Fix team is
The mistletoe isn't up yet, Governor Romney, so a handshake will have to do.
— leliorisen (@leliorisen) November 30, 2012
Congrats, @leliorisen! We'll reach out to you on Twitter, or you can e-mail jenningsng [at] washpost.com to claim your prize.
Close, but no mistletoe, are these two entrants:
Obama: No I owe you a lunch
I ate yours on November 6th
Romney: I love what the First Lady has done.
All the Christmas decorations are the right height.
Thanks, all, for participating.
What would you hear as a fly on the wall -- or the boxing gloves hanging on the wall -- during President Obama and Mitt Romney's lunch at the White House on Thursday?
Pretend you were one -- and, yes, we know boxing gloves don't have ears -- and tell us how you'd caption this photo from their meeting in the comments section or on Twitter using the hashtag #FixCaption. The most clever captioner will get a signed copy of Chris Cillizza's book, "The Gospel According to The Fix."
Say this for Vice President Joe Biden: He’s never boring.
Biden was in Ohio over the weekend and stopped by Cruisers Diner. This photo came from that campaign stop.
The photo literally – see what we did there? — cries out for a Fix caption contest. So, in the comments section below submit your best caption to the Biden and biker photo. And, keep it clean. The Fix is a “PG-13″ sort of blog.
We’ll pick a winner and you’ll get an autographed copy of the “Gospel According to the Fix“. What more could you ever want?!
Get to it!
So what were House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Speaker John Boehner thinking in this photo, conveniently taken the night before Supreme Court announced irs ruling on the health-care law?
The best entry, and winner of an official Fix T-shirt is “hwlabadiejr” who offered this gem in the comments section: “Speaker Boehner and Minority Leader Pelosi react to the pantsing of Justice Scalia by Chief Justice Roberts.”
If you are “hwlabadiejr”, please email your mailing address and preferred t-shirt size to chris DOT cillizza AT washingtonpost DOT com to claim your prize.
And, if you see a good photo for our next caption contest, email us or tweet it using #FixCaption.
We would say this photo of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Speaker John Boehner says it all about how the two parties feel about the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama’s health-care law today.
Of course, the photo was taken Wednesday by an AP photographer at an event honoring surviving members of the Montford Point Marines. (Hat tip to the Atlantic’s Molly Ball, who tweeted this photo Thursday afternoon.)
Still, it’s an image crying out for a caption. That’s where you come in. Enter your caption in the comments section or tweet it using the hashtag #FixCaption by noon on Friday. The most clever captioner (as decided by the Fix team) will win an official Fix t-shirt.Tweet #FixCaption
Late last week, we asked Fix readers to offer their best caption of this photo — featuring Vice President Joe Biden and former Bush white House senior strategists Karl Rove.
Lots and lots of you submitted captions. (The Fix readership is nothing if not creative.) With the help of super politics producer Natalie Jennings, we picked a winner.
A picture is worth a thousand words — but which words? That’s what we want from you.
Offer your best caption for the photo below in the comments section or on the PostPolitics Facebook page. The winner — as judged by yours truly — gets an official Fix t-shirt and the adulation of political junkies everywhere.
The deadline for submissions is Thursday at 4 p.m.
Update: The deadline for submissions has passed. The Fix will announce his winners tomorrow.