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The New York Post Cover Of The Decade: 9/11

911nypcover.jpgEarlier this month, The New York Post asked its readers to vote for the best front page of the decade. Despite our vote for former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey‘s “I’m Out” cover, the win went to a sentimental favorite: a special September 11 cover.

Since we agree 9/11 was the biggest moment this decade, we’ll have to admit it’s a good choice.

‘Front’ view of the 2000sNew York Post

Previously: Vote For The Best New York Post Cover Of The Decade

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Vote For The Best New York Post Cover Of The Decade

nypost covers.jpgWhat was the most iconic New York Post cover of the 00′s? Was it a photo of a smoking World Trade Tower, a practically naked Ashley Dupre or Martha Stewart in prison stripes?

And who can forget any of those punny headlines that the Post is so famous for, from “Stray-Rod” to Eliot Spitzer‘s “Ho No!” to the recent Tiger Woods scandal headline “I’m A Cheetah,” there are so many witty taglines to choose from.

14.jpgAnd choose you can. The Post has launched a poll that let’s you vote for your favorite out of 50 chosen covers from the past 10 years. Will Bernie Madoff, Saddam Hussein, Paris Hilton or Michael Jackson rule supreme?

We like the simplest covers: a photo of New York City fireman erecting a flag at Ground Zero and former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey‘s cover that proclaims, with double entendre brilliance, “I’m Out,” are our favorites. What are yours?

Vote here: Vote For Your Favorite Front PageNew York Post