Andrew Sullivan links to FundRace, which provides maps of donors by address. I was looking at the maps of the ten biggest donor cities, when I happened across the Atlanta map. One address in Atlanta stuck out, because it was both the largest donor (by far) and it was also a Republican stronghold. When I clicked on the address, I realized that it must be an office, because most of the donors were lawyers affiliated with a single firm. One of the other donors caught my eye, however. Andrew Young (yes, THE Andrew Young; he's identified as the CEO of Good Works International) was listed, as a $2000 contributor to the campaign of Geroge W. Bush. Since Young has been a vocal supporter of the Democratic Party for quite some time, and because there was no balancing contribution to any of the Democratic candidates, I wonder what he's thinking. Somehow, I doubt that he'll be questioned by a reporter, or that he'll have a comment on the subject if asked, but it's still noteworthy.