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February 27, 2004

I Thought
DHS.tv Was A Joke

Chippy in a Calpundit comment linked to DHS.tv. With all the Flash bells and whistles and links to episodes, cast and production crew and PC and Mac wallpaper and a trailer; even then I thought it was an elaborate joke.

Unfortunately, it's not. [WaPo now requires registration U: sunraysix@excite.com P: byteback]

However, it does have George Bush Junior's endorsement and according to the article linked above, the trailer starts off this way:
Its prologue is none other than Bush's solemn declaration on the morning of Sept. 12, 2001: "The deliberate and deadly attacks which were carried out yesterday against our country were more than acts of terror. They were acts of war. This will require our country to unite in steadfast determination and resolve. Freedom and democracy are under attack."

And it's got visuals and a soundtrack that would make even Karl Rove blush.

That DAMN Liberal Media. Speaking of which, wouldn't it actually be nice if the folowing from the same column link above was a case of Liberal media bias and not 100-percent fact:

"Mr. Bush began his day in Louisville at ISCO Industries, a manufacturer of plastic water and sewer pipes, by moderating a 'conversation' on the state of the economy with five participants chosen by the White House. All of them said the president's tax cuts had improved their lives. One said that the extra money let him buy glasses for his daughter and that she could now see the blackboard at school."

Jennifer Loven of the Associated Press writes: "Outside his two carefully orchestrated and supporter-stocked appearances in this friendly Southern state, however, some voters had doubts."