While other auto manufacturers waiver in their support of the war in Iraq, Jeep maintains its support with its 2008 lineup of vehicles. Jeep’s homepage depicts all of its vehicles in a Middle-Eastern desert setting, along with a shovel and pail. The caption reads, “Have fun out there.” Other automobile web pages focus on American roads and fuel efficiency, whereas the Jeep site infers that we should go out there and commandeer our own oil.

The lineup of vehicles also includes some of America’s most supportive names in the war effort, led by the Jeep Liberty. The Liberty ambles along at 15MPG in the city, but gets a big 21MPG in the sand dunes of Iraq. Available colors include Inferno Red, Stone White, and Modern Blue.

The Jeep Patriot, available in Steel Blue for Americans and Surf Blue for hippies, may get better gas mileage, but mainly reminds Americans of their patriotic duty to be patriotic and support the war.

The Jeep Commander reminds Americans of their Commander in Chief and all of his robust qualities. Its 5.7 liter Hemi in 4x4 models gets an impressive 13MPG city and 17MPG highway, which means many of the commander’s friends will be happy to dig up and refine enough oil for you to drive it.

Grandaddy of all Jeep fuel reliance on Middle East oil is the Grand Cherokee. Its name is reminiscent of an oft-idealized time in American history, when the Cherokee tribe was relocated to the pristine lands west of the Mississippi. The SRT Hemi will get a modern Indian traveling across America 11MPG city and 14MPG on the freeway.

Set for renaming are the Compass and Wrangler. Sources close to Jeep indicate the Compass will soon be named the Benchmark, while the Wrangler will become Guantanamo, with a larger version called Guantanamo Enhanced, paying homage to the “enhanced” interrogation techniques used at the prison.

Limited edition Jeeps will also have an option of a gold-encrusted W ‘04 badge on the back.

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I was watching BBC News today because I’m a cultured man and my programs weren't coming in on the antenna, and I heard about this football player from over there who’s going to play for Los Angeles’s new football team, the Galaxy. His name is Daniel or David Beckham, and he must be really good. For me, an avid football fan, to never have heard of this guy just goes to show that Euro-NFL has not exactly taken off. I had no idea than an unproven 31 year-old could sign with a football team for nearly $50 million a year.
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Scott Walker says the NBA has dropped the ball in settling with its union thug employees, claiming he could have devised a much better deal for the owners using techniques he learned while creating a better system for management/employee relations in Wisconsin. “I think I have some experience in dealing with greedy workers,” said Walker, while campaigning at a factory in Manitowoc. Walker went on to outline a multiple-step process that David Stern should have implemented in dealing with the union: (comments are based on what Walker told a college-educated intern, who wrote them down)

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