Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Watcher's Council Has Spoken

The Watcher's Council has spoken. And the winners of this weeks contest are:


The winning Council post came, for the second week in a row, from Rick Moran at Rightwing Nuthouse. His post, Make Washington's Birthday a National Holiday Again, is about why the historical facts of George Washington's extraordinary life are of such import to our nation and why he should be specifically honored. Coming in second place was my post, Iraqi Political Progress Leaves Few Places For The Left To Move The Target. I am beginning to feel like Bono in the South Park episode. "I'm number two" for the second week in a row.

In the Non-Council category, Michael J. Totten ran away with first place honors for his post, The Dungeon of Fallujah. Coming in second was a post by Israel Matzav, How Rachel Corrie Really Died (Hint: Not Protecting a House). My submission, Politics, Policy and the Internet by EU Referendum shared the honors for fourth place.

You can find the full results of the weeks voting at the Watcher's site.

And for any who would like to take part in the upcoming contests, please take advantage of the Watcher's offer of link whorage.

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