Daily Scribble finishes No. 2 in voting for best Web political cartoon of 2004

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In Tuesday night's speech, George W. Bush tried once again to link Iraq to 9/11. Most people, however, no longer believe that pitch since he himself has admitted it's not true. As many noted, Bush's claim of terrorists in Iraq is now substantiated though it wasn't true before.

Maybe Cowboy Bush watched one to many old cowboy movies and thought he was luring the bad guys into a box canyon where they could be picked off. Problem is, Iraq's not a box canyon. Maybe if he'd had Native-American scouts instead of neocons, he would have learned Iraq isn't a box canyon -- metaphorically speaking.

Here's Wednesday's Washington's lead editorial on Bush's speech. It brings up the fact that terrorists are now in Iraq because of the Bush administration's bungling.


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