By Thane Peterson
ANCIENT HISTORY? Butler now admits that he left out the rather important phrase, "But I didn't admire [Hitler] for what he did with it." The Times added the phrase to its story in later editions on Oct. 3 after receiving a call from Butler, making Schwarzenegger come off as less craven. Butler's only explanation: "I am amazed that something like that [got left] out." The whole thing may get sorted out after the election, especially if Schwarzenegger wins. In the meantime, I sure wouldn't decide which candidate to vote for based on anything Butler says.