Tuesday, October 19, 2004
FLUBA's Favorite Saboteur
According to the Washingon Times: Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair, the New Yorker, and Talk magazine who writes a column now for The Washington Post, tells of a fashionable party of beautiful people in New York where the host handed out ballots and announced the winner at the end. "The surprise in that gathering was not the 133 votes cast for Sen. Kerry but the 20 for President Bush," she writes. "Eyes narrowed and swiveled among the guests seated at the long trestle tables as a surreptitious hunt went on for the secret saboteurs."