December 29, 2006

The Council has spoken!

From the Watcher's Council:

And now...  the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Follow Your Surges by Done With Mirrors, and From Khomeini to Ahmadinejad by Matthias Küntzel.  All members, please be sure to link to both winning entries (and to the full results of the vote) in a post.  I actually had to cast a tie-breaking vote in the council category this week...  Marc Schulman's piece about the apparent demise of the Bush Doctrine was excellent, but Callimachus' post about the phraseology and strategery of Iraq ultimately won me over.  The Education Wonks was the only member unable to vote this week...  and the only member affected by the 2/3 vote penalty.  Thanks to everyone for all the great entries this week...  I'm eager to see next week's entries!  Here are the full tallies of all votes cast:

VotesCouncil link
3Follow Your Surges
Done With Mirrors
2The Coming of Neo-Multilateralism
American Future
1  1/3IRANIAN Military Seized in Raid on Iraqi Insurgents -- (And the NYT Deplores It)
1  1/3The Dark Side of "Traditional Values"
Right Wing Nut House
2/3Two Red Herrings Out of Three Ain't Bad
Soccer Dad
2/3Negotiating with Iran
The Glittering Eye
2/3Robot Rights
The Colossus of Rhodey
2/3Why Facts Don't Matter
Andrew Olmsted

VotesNon-council link
2  1/3From Khomeini to Ahmadinejad
Matthias Küntzel
1  2/3Is Federalism Tainted by Slavery and Jim Crow?
The Volokh Conspiracy
1  1/3The Sandy Berger Experiment: Bush Official Destroyed 9/11 Documents
Doug Ross @ Journal
1  1/3Emaciated or Emancipated?
The Possum Bistro
1Nifong's Sinking Ship
2/32007 Predictions: How the World Will Turn -- We Think
The QandO Blog
2/3The Hanoudi Letter: The Second Anniversary
The Hanoudi Letter
2/3A Month of a Unilateral "Cease Fire"
Elder of Ziyon
1/3American Historical Association Against the War
Spinning Clio: Where History and Politics Meet

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