In Other News, Down Is Up

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Whittington is released from the hospital, and apologizes for being shot in the face.  Seriously:

Whittington, wearing a suit and tie, appeared with several bruises on his face and neck. His discharge from the hospital came earlier than expected.

"My family and I are deeply sorry for all that Vice President Cheney and his family have had to go through this week," Whittington said.

Cheney, reports said, was not in a forgiving mood.  "Whittington can go f**k himself," said the Vice President, apparently still seething from the incident last weekend when Whittington selfishly inserted his face in the trajectory of the pellets fired by Cheney at a covey of quail.