Its boosters allegedly stuffed electronic ballot boxes by the thousands. Its critics wrote Congress, urging its recall. And the White House pointedly backs it.
Much ado, about a stamp.
The piece of postage features a greeting for two major Islamic holidays rendered in gold Arabic calligraphy against an azure background.
"Eid Mubarak," it reads in homage to Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan, the monthlong period of fasting and prayer that will conclude this year on Dec. 6, and Eid al-Adha, a celebration during the pilgrimage to Mecca in February.