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Barack Obama gets your advice in this week’s Caption Contest…

The HUMAN EVENTS caption contest is your chance to win $50 for the wittiest phrase. In honor of the inauguration, instead of asking you to submit a caption for this week’s photo, we asked that you submit one line of advice for President-elect Obama as he takes office (regular Caption Contest rules of funny yet tasteful entries applied). This piece of advice submitted by Patrick Wright from Silver Spring, Maryland stood out to each of our six judges:

Wright’s caption: "Repeat to yoursef: "I am just the President of the United States — I can’t really raise or lower the oceans.”

Wright and each weekly winner’s name will be printed in the HUMAN EVENTS print edition as well. Look for the next caption contest this Monday and send your best captions to CaptionContest@eaglepub.com before noon on Thursday.

Note: We’ve received reader feedback on how to improve the Caption Contest. We are working on implementing these changes, and we’ll keep you updated!

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