By David Olson
Posted on September 25, 2007, Printed on September 26, 2007
Hot off the digital presses, this multi-media re-mix provides an important bridge between the Petraeus spin-fest and the $195 billion Iraq supplemental request coming down this week.
Also slaps the stink out of Bush’s mantle of being ‘strong on national security.’ Replete with an appeal for viewers to harass their elected officials about the claims of ‘success’ in Iraq, and some suggestions about better ways to spend $3billion a week.
Featuring cameos by Peter Finch, Brian Williams, Iggy Pop and the Weehawken, NJ Gamelan Players. Plus, it’s got a great beat and you can dance to it.
Release the hounds!
David Olson is co-founder and director of Speakeasy productions, a boutique creative services and content consulting agency. He is also an internationally exhibited photographer and video-artist, and spends way too much of his time re-mixing multi-media pieces as a form of political protest and commentary.
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