The Daily Wrap

A particularly scattered mix on the Dish today. Speaking at the UN, the president had the courage and common sense to use words like "torture" and "occupation." Speaking at a China-based, French-owned financial brokerage, Palin caused people to walk out.

Andrew primarily tackled the precarious political position in Iran (whose people seem more and more powerful) and went two more rounds with Coyne over theodicy. The Dish also aired follow-ups from readers on US immigration laws, teen sex crimes, and Andrew's Bush piece.

In other news, support for healthcare reform grew, anti-marriage forces targeted Maine, Bruce Bartlett targeted Rove, and Balloon Juice made a dictionary.

Finally, if you're on the Cape this weekend, go see Aaron in action.

— C.B.