May 18, 2007

Watcher's Council results

And now...  the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Cheney's Chess Moves in the Middle East by Joshuapundit, and Don't Bury Your Heads in the Sand. by Iraq the Model.  All members, please be sure to link to both winning entries (and to the full results of the vote) in a post.  Two members were unable to vote this week... Right Wing Nut House and Cheat Seeking Missiles were both affected by the 2/3 vote penalty, which created a three-way tie in the council category that I ultimately decided to break in favor of Freedom Fighter's post about Dick Cheney's trip to the Middle East.  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
2  2/3Cheney's Chess Moves in the Middle East
1  2/3Positive Thinking Vs. The Greenies
Cheat Seeking Missiles
1  2/3Gone Across Peterson
The Glittering Eye
1  1/3You Asked for It
Done With Mirrors
1  1/3We Found the "Moslem Methodists!"
Big Lizards
1/3It Breaks My Heart To Say This
Rhymes With Right
1/3Gaffes, and Why They're Interesting
Bookworm Room
1/3Talk Isn't Cheap
Soccer Dad

VotesNon-council link
2  2/3Don't Bury Your Heads in the Sand.
Iraq the Model
2  1/3A Communism for the 21st Century
Gates of Vienna
1  2/3The New Anti-Blasphemy Rules, Again
The Volokh Conspiracy
1  1/3The Black Pleasure of Hatred and Cultural Provincialism
All Things Beautiful
2/3Siniora Pushes the Saudi Plan
Israel Matzav
1/3Support Those Poor Troops!
Power Line
1/3Defining Patriotism Down
Protein Wisdom
1/3Springtime in Islamberg
The New Media Journal
1/3Mort Kondracke's Plan B for Iraq: Ethnic Cleansing by Shiites
Hot Air

Posted by Hube at May 18, 2007 02:33 PM | TrackBack

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I have to say that Joshuapundit's analysis of the Cheney/Bush approach to the Middle East quagmire they assisted in creating is very astute and well worth the read.

The weak position we are now in over is readily apparent in this astute editorial.

Posted by: Perry Hood at May 18, 2007 10:37 PM

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