THEY ALSO SERVE ...
Just thought you'd like to know that a very popular thread at Free Republic right now is "Victory in Iraq... Bumper Sticker Ideas." Yup, that's what's keeping us from Mission Accomplished -- a lack of pithy bumper-sticker slogans:
We are losing the media battle for the hearts and minds of Americans over the war on terrorism in Iraq. The left controls the MSM...networks, much of cable, the major newspapers, magazines, hollywood, academia, etc....
The only way we can reach the public is by going around the MSM. This doesn't leave many avenues but there is one...outdoor advertising. While we don't have the money to rent thousands of billboards (yet) there is one thing we can do in the next 18 months that could be very effective...bumper stickers....
We need to create BS "slogans" that our targets will go "hmmm" at. They can't be in your face, they can't be overtly political and they absolutely cannot make them feel like they are traitors or are being accused of not supporting the military. ...
I like that last part, given the fact that the most popular bumper sticker so far seems to be:
THANK A DEMOCRAT FOR THE NEXT 9/11.
The Democrats - What Iran Wants!
Defeat Terrorism - Defeat democRATS
Withdraw? Are we French?
Terrorists will kill liberals first
Piss off Ted Kennedy
Win in Iraq !
Peace or Islam,choose one!
Who wants to lose the war on terror besides the Democrats?
Democrats have converted to terrorism
Democrats have just ceded the U.S. to Islam
Democrats invite terrorists to come to America
Democrats pray to Allah for more power
Democrats ask terrorists to help them get reelected!
What do Kennedy, Clinton and Pelosi have in common? They all want the terrorist to win.
(Clever, that, or it would be if it made any sense whatsoever.)
Islam is the Problem
Not George Bush
Vote Democrat-You’ll Look GREAT In A Burqa!
Why Does Pelosi Look So Much Like My Dog’s (Picture of dog’s rear end and tail)
And ultimately we get this:
Stiffen Up, America!
or, with frustration...
Fer Chrissake, Stiffen Up!
And so we arrive exactly where we thought we'd arrive.