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SCRIBBLE FINISHES NO. 2 IN VOTING: Voting is over at About.com for best Web cartoon of 2004. Scribble -- with 30% of the vote -- finsihed number 2 behind winner Jib Jab -- with 33% of the vote. Thanks to everyone who voted for Scribble. Charles Fincher.
CNN reports that conspiracy theorists who believe that the 9-11 plane was shot down over Pennsylvania have jumped on Rumsfeld's Christmas Eve statement in Iraq referring to 9-11 and a plane shot down. Rumsfeld's camp says he misspoke.
However, the Scribble believes his brain wiring has been shorted by his recent attempts at rehabilitation so as not to be fired, likely thought up by Karl Rove and other Bush team members. Consequently, Rumsfeld keeps saying how sensitive he is and smiles a lot. This is the guy who insults people on his first meeting with them to gain the advantage. No wonder he's confused.
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