Screenshot from the #9 seed, which squares off today against the #24 seed
So it's that time of year, and we've got a job to do: Selecting the "best" Fox News moment of 2013. The task begins today, and it will run for the next two weeks, taking only Christmas and New Year's Day off, and the good news is that it will be really easy to participate: This is going to be run tournament style, with 24 different moments (seeded from top to bottom) facing off against each other in elimination matches, so all you have to do is vote between two choices and pick whichever one you think is crazier. Whichever moment wins advances to the next round.
On Monday and Tuesday, we'll be working through the first round, and you'll have until Wednesday (for the Monday matches) and Thursday (for the Tuesday ones) to cast your votes.
With that out of the way, the first matchup squares off a recent moment from Fox in which they mused about why President Obama hasn't signed up for Obamacare (hint: because he's president) and a moment from earlier in the year when they came up with a fabulous explanation for having plagiarized Politico. Vote for the winner below!
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