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Joe Arpaio's Master Birther Mike Zullo in You Write the Caption

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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his birther brigade -- led by chief "investigator" Mike Zullo -- held another press conference this week to announce their new "evidence" that President Obama's birth certificate is a forgery.

Not surprisingly, the Cold Case Posse's "evidence" was debunked months before Arpaio and Zullo presented it as fact.

Given Zullo's second failed attempt at coming up with anything credible or original -- and since he's the subject of a new complaint filed with the Internal Revenue Service -- he's earned a spot in this week's New Times You Write the Caption contest.

The rules for You Write the Caption are simple: We provide the picture (above), and you provide the caption to that photo in the comments below.

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 for a firm handshake and/or a high-five.

Do your best (or worst), New Times readers.


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