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Caption This: ‘Is WaPo’s Chuck Lane Anti-American?’

FILE - This Feb. 28, 2007 file photo shows pedestrians walking past the main entrance to the Washington Post in Washington. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to buy The Washington Post for $250 million. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, file)

Washington Post editorial writer Chuck Lane, who tried to shut down news of unsanitary mice in the company cafeteria, has opened himself up to the masses today.

Why would he do that? Who knows?

But we’ll play along.

Here he is asking you to come up with captions about him.

We’ll start it off (with the above caption) and readers weigh in with captions by sending them to me at Betsy@DailyCaller.com or more anonymously at TheMirror@DailyCaller.com.

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Is Chuck Lane anti-American? — The Mirror 

“Call him Chuck E. Cheese.”

“Even here at WaPo, Obama can’t compete with soccer… We want to support winners.  Go Germany!”

  “Ukraine is burning, executions are being botched, . . Maryland is electing a new governor and I’m focused on the World Cup!  What mice?”

“The last noteworthy New Republic editor in the magazine’s 100 year history.”

“Chuck, the quote is ‘Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses …’ not mices!”