In honor of Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne's move to essentially overthrow the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (which prompted our colleague Stephen Lemons to ask the question "what's next, the de-abolition of slavery") we figured we'd give readers a chance to sound off on old Horney.
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You Write the Caption's pretty self-explanatory. Here's how you play: we show you a picture, like the one above we snapped of Horne at last year's GOP election night party.
You -- in the comment section of this post -- then write what you think would be an appropriate caption for the photo.
On Monday, we'll announce the top five reader captions and put them to a vote. The winner will receive a pay-your-own-way trip to the historic New Times building, a firm handshake, and a lukewarm glass of municipal Phoenix tap water.
Do your worst, New Times readers -- and let's try to keep things somewhat classy (in other words, let's keep the death threats to a minimum).