So, if y'all recall a pissy little entry I did a few weeks ago about Diebold Being Very Bad, where they were using copyright law (specifically a certain abomination called the DMCA) to try and silence people who had gotten ahold of emails from the company that illustrated how badly designed their voting machines were, not to mention how easy whole-scale election fraud could be perpetuated just in time to not re-elect a certain Shrub (he wasn't "elected" the first time, after all). Well, check out this little piece on ZDNet where they back peddle so fast they threaten to swamp low lying areas in their backwash. Extra credit for those people who can compare and contrast this somewhat expurgated version of the same story on Faux News. "Fair and Balanced" -- right. That's why they've completely left out the fact that Diebold is still being sued right back, along with some interesting little snippets that make it clear they were using the DMCA as a blunt instrument to prevent people from debating, as it's pointed out on ZDNet, "technologies that are at the heart of our democracy".
On a lighter note, here's another completely wrong cartoon bit from the incredibly twisted mind of Ghastly's Ghastly Comic.