"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
It's that 30 point font that's blowing things out. I tried changing mine to 30 and it breaks a lot of sites in all browsers.
The overlapping here only happens with Safari though. Chrome and FF 3 and 4 don't overlap, but just like the screen shots you posted, in all browsers 30 does break the menus in the black bars at the top of the page, and jumbles up the bottom of the page.
FF has a setting in Content-Fonts under the Advanced button, to override page fonts or not BTW.
Here's how it's supposed to look at the top. With the font size at 30 though the black nav bars get blown out, in your pics the nav bar text is next to "Welcome Nana" and it's ghost type and way out of place.
You might also try using the MacTech theme in your Control Panel preferences. And instead of setting your minimum font to 30, leave it at the default (12 I think) and just use the Apple + or Apple - keys to enlarge the page.
Also, you might want to upgrade to Firefox 4. It's much faster, more stable and has a host of new features.
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