What's in a name?

Nearly 100 days into the redistributionist efforts of B.O. Plenty and the Daley Planetoids in his orbit, we have yet to settle on an appropriate moniker for the administration's radical new direction.  "New Foundation" has been bandied about, but the term barely hints at the full gamut including nationalization of private industry, wildly irresponsible federal spending, mincing foreign policy and pandering to liberal special interest groups that drives this administration's initiatives.

Here are some suggestions for names that seem simpatico with the new American Commandante en Jefe's agenda:

Whatever the Taxing and Spending Illini decide to call their efforts, I suggest we all buckle our seat belts and button our wallet pockets:  we may experience some turbulence.

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target  
Nearly 100 days into the redistributionist efforts of B.O. Plenty and the Daley Planetoids in his orbit, we have yet to settle on an appropriate moniker for the administration's radical new direction.  "New Foundation" has been bandied about, but the term barely hints at the full gamut including nationalization of private industry, wildly irresponsible federal spending, mincing foreign policy and pandering to liberal special interest groups that drives this administration's initiatives.

Here are some suggestions for names that seem simpatico with the new American Commandante en Jefe's agenda:

Whatever the Taxing and Spending Illini decide to call their efforts, I suggest we all buckle our seat belts and button our wallet pockets:  we may experience some turbulence.

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target