Scott Norvell writes about the election in Afghansitan, you know, the one the media is not covering. Note this: "It was a regrettably typical comment from an American reporter in this part of the world. At least its news, he said of the Afghan election scuffle over the weekend. Otherwise, this is just a success story.
God forbid it be a success story.
But thats what it was here, no matter how hard the international media tried to spin it. There were no car bombs raining body parts all over the polling stations. There were no last-minute assassinations. There were no drive-by shootings. The best they could come up with for news was grumbling from hopelessly trailing opposition candidates about washable ink and threats of a boycott. The medias disappointment was palpable." (Thanks to Instapundit).