Wednesday, October 25, 2006


Will ONE f'ing Democrat stand up and say that voting glitches are unacceptable? ONE?

U.S. Senate candidate James Webb's last name has been cut off on part of the electronic ballot used by voters in Alexandria, Falls Church and Charlottesville because of a computer glitch that also affects other candidates with long names, city officials said yesterday.

"Candidates with long names."

JAMES WEBB is a "long name"?

Every candidate on Alexandria's summary page has been affected in some way by the glitch. Even if candidates' full names appear, as is the case with Webb's Republican opponent, incumbent Sen. George F. Allen, their party affiliations have been cut off.

"George F. Allen" would seem to be a bit longer than "James Webb."

When do we get the torches and the pitchforks?

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