Here’s a good one:  in the lead article titled “Bush Vetoes Bill Tying Iraq Funds to Exit Schedule,” there’a nice fat one.  We easily make it through the first two (2) paragraphs without a gaffe, but soon our luck runs out…

The veto added new punctuation to a major war powers clash between Democrats in Congress — buoyed what they regard as a mandate in last November’s elections and seeking to force an end to the fighting in Iraq — and the president working to defy what he regards as an incursion on his authority his authority as commander in chief.

Shouldn’t that be “buoyed bywhat they regard…?”  That’s what happens when Sheryl and Jeff attempt a 60-word run-on sentence… trouble!

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