Best of the Web gets off some great zingers today.
The Times notes that plans are under way to replace the city's voting machines, but laments that "the Shoup will probably stay on the job until 2006, and in the meantime hundreds of thousands of votes may die within the confines of the antique booths." If the paper's agreement with the Ninth Circuit were based on principle rather than partisanship, it would urge the cancellation of the 2004 election as well."The Shoup" is an older election machine. On another note...
Bush's political opponents are now arguing, in effect, that Saddam got a bum rap because he was only bluffing, and that this somehow means he should have been left in power so he could murder thousands of Iraqis using weapons of light destruction.And finally, there's a note about the ACLU fighting an abstinence advertisement in Nevada. Gotta love the ACLU -- NOT!
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