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Friday, February 17, 2006

After the inconceivable apology from Mr. Whittington earlier, you know, for his face getting in the way of Cheney's gun, I ran across this gem from our fine Secretary of Defense, Don Rumsfeld:

Rumsfeld: US lags in propaganda war
The United States lags dangerously behind al Qaeda and other enemies in getting out information in the digital media age and must update its old-fashioned methods, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Friday.

The Pentagon's chief said today's weapons of war included e-mail, Blackberries, instant messaging, digital cameras and Web logs, or blogs.

"Our enemies have skillfully adapted to fighting wars in today's media age, but ... our country has not adapted," Rumsfeld said.

This from the guy who, as revealed yesterday, doesn't use e-mail.

What's so funny asshole?

He'll be here all week. Don't forget to tip your waiter.

Hey, know what Rummy? If you didn't waste buckets and buckets of taxpayer dollars on propaganda to launch ill-conceived, unecessary wars of choice, maybe you'd have some left over to buy a blackberry or two. Just a thought.

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