Today on the Dish we learned that a fourth grader trumped the Fourth Estate, twice-divorced Rudy ditched his gay pals at the altar, Newt pulled a Hewitt, and Mitt made a jab at Palin (while a reader defended her). I sounded off on Souter and argued that rape and "enhanced interrogation" differ very little. Hitch jumped into the "Churchill and torture" debate, Dale Carpenter and Robin Wilson joined the "gay marriage vs. religious freedom" debate, and Erick Erickson careened towards irrelevance. Dish readers rushed to criticize my Buddhism post, tweeked my take on Miss California, and started to select our photo book cover.

The final windows are from Rome, DC, Silver Spring, New Orleans, Pebble Beach, Mauritania, Vietnam, New York City, Wisconsin, and Fort Lauderdale.

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