Our president and his crew of new world architects -- slogan: "Blowin' shit up as fast as we can for freedom" -- are out on the road with a new message about Iraq: It's a good war. It's a necessary war. And if you're agin' it, you're nothin' but an ol' appeaser of fascism. (The new pronunciation for "Iraq" is "Sudetenland.")
CNN, like everyone else, is covering the story. Reading through one of their newsfeeds, I discovered that someone's having a little fun, at the president's expense, in a headline: "Bush 3.0 releases patch for Iraq war." A good, sharp piece of commentary worthy of The Onion, but markedly different from the story's actual headline: "Bush begins new push to shore up fight on terrorism, Iraq."
So what happened? Either someone at CNN is getting playful with headlines, or somehow the page was hacked. I've got doubts about either scenario, but whatever happened, it wasn't an accident. Screenshots below (click for larger images).
[Update: I saw the "Bush 3.0 headlines sometime between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Pacific; it's now 10:15, and all evidence of the headline has vanished in the updated version of the story. I've sent messages through the CNN site asking what gives, but so far no answer.]