headling (not by him)
House Leaders Vow to Seek Compromise
After $700B Bailout Is Rejected, Lawmakers Blame Each Other
paragraph 6 count them 6 !
On the 228 to 205 congressional vote, 140 Democrats voted yes and 95 voted no; 133 Republicans opposed the measure, while 65 approved.
If this is a blameworthy event, it is clear that the Republicans are to blame.
The headline isn't even a "opinions on shape of earth differ" headline, because even the Republicans admit that the Democrats aren't to blame.
From the article by
Paul Kane and Lori Montgomery which got a smaller headline "How the Numbers Failed the Leaders"
Republicans initially lashed out at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), accusing her of delivering a partisan speech before the vote and costing them a dozen votes. But later, in interviews after tempers cooled, GOP leaders said they had been fighting an uphill battle from the start -- too many conservatives rejected the idea of a large, taxpayer-funded intervention, and too many moderates came from swing districts where constituents were up in arms over the bailout.
WWW.WashingtonPost.com wrote a he said she said headline after he (and what a he) admitted that his accusation was false.