I’ve thrown my hands up in the air so much I can’t get my stories typed, and my jaw is so sore from hittin’ the table I need to eat with a straw … so now I’ll try knitting my brow. Over this. From our eagle-eyed pals at PR Watch:


My Country Was Invaded and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt


   “The U.S. Special Operations Command has hired three firms to produce newspaper stories, television broadcasts and Web sites to spread American propaganda overseas.” The contract may run $100 million over the next five years. The work was likely outsourced because there are “only one active-duty and two reserve psyops units remaining” in the U.S. military. The lucky firms are … plus, a POLL BELOW …

The lucky firms are Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), SYColeman and Lincoln Group. SAIC previously ran the Iraqi Media Network, but “was criticized for problems and exorbitant costs.” SYColeman “created the Army’s Web site honoring the only Medal of Honor winner so far from the Iraq war.” Lincoln Group, formerly known as Iraqex, has done PR work for the Multi-National Corps-Iraq. The firms will produce “print articles, video and audio broadcasts, Internet sites and novelty items, like T-shirts and bumper stickers, for foreign audiences. Video products will include newscasts, hour-long TV shows and commercials.”
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