War On Terror Renamed

via Agitprop

Last August, during the heat of the 2004 presidential campaign, President Bush struggled to re-define the War on Terror with the following statement: (video available @ onegoodmove)

We've actually misnamed the War On Terror it ought to be the the the s-s-struggle against ideological extremists who do not believe in free societies who happen to use terror as a weapon, to try to shape the conscience of the free world.

Tuesday The NY Times reported that the Bush administration is retooling its slogan for the fight against Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups. Bush's slogan above is a little too lengthy to catch on with the American public. Rumsfeld is currently describing this conflict as America's battle against the enemies of freedom and the enemies of civilization.

Maybe what they need are some hip Madison Avenue executives who can help sell the war properly. It could be cool and sexy, or just brutally honest. How about Operation White Man's Burden or War Against Imperial Subjects?

I invite you readers to offer up suggestions for what to name Bu$hCo's post-9/11 quagmire era . . .

[ed note:
  go over and make a suggestion!

CIA LETTER: DOJ Ignored CIA Leak Investigation Request for 67 Days!       brad blog

Congressional Dems Request 'Investigation' Investigation on '12-Hour Gap' and '67-Day Gap'!
(Includes Copy of Original CIA Letter)

Many are now speaking of the '12-Hour Gap' between the time White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez was told by the Department of Justice about the official investigation into the unprecedented outting of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame and the time he "officially" notified the White House to preserve all documents relating to the investigation. (He told Chief of Staff, Andrew Card the night before.) Operation White Man's Burden or War Against Imperial Subjects?

I invite you readers to offer up suggestions for what to name Bu$hCo's post-9/11 quagmire era . . .

[ed note:
go over and make a suggestion!


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