If memory serves, the 2012 campaign season actually started around 2007. Nevertheless, we're sticking with the calendar year format to bring you our favorite moments since January. Enjoy!
Relive them all here!
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Tags: Barack Obama, Bill Clinton
Hillary Clinton is sitting on a bed in a dilapidated room wearing a wife-beater and holding her head in her hands. A broken Venetian blind lets in a spray of neon light from the street outside. Bill Clinton comes in and sits next to her, rubbing his hand up and down her back.
Hillary: Times are tough, baby. Real tough. I don't know what I'm gonna to do anymore. I got all that failed 2008 Presidential bid debt draggin' me down and I'm too tired to keep carryin' it around.
Bill: I know, Hill. I want to help, I just don't know how.
Hillary: I have an idea, but I can't begin to know how to ask you. I'm going to need you to… Well, spend time with some people and charge them money for it.
Tags: Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton
The results are in! Kind of. Actually, they're rolling in as more and more people add their votes to our Caption Challenges. And we still haven't gotten the best captions: Yours!
Here's some of the leading captions so far…
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Think you can do better? Add your own captions and vote for your favorites in our new Indecision Caption Challenge app now.
More leading Caption Challenge submissions after the jump…
Tags: Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Caption Challenge, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan
Look out! Bill Clinton has been turned loose on the campaign trail…
"We're coming down to the 11th hour. We're facing a violent storm," Clinton said. He waited a beat, then added, "It's nothing compared to the storm we'll face if you don't make the right decision in this election."
Now, you may ask yourself: How did he do that? One second he was talking about Hurricane Sandy and the next — BAM! — he's hitting Romney and the Republicans. It was so subtle; you probably never saw it coming. That's some masterful politicking.
Well, I'll let you in on a little secret. What Bill Clinton is doing there is called "zinging his opponent." Essentially, all you do is talk about one thing that's kind of topical, and then you twist that thing so that it's a slight against your opponent. Here's I'll show you how it's done…
Tags: Bill Clinton, Weather