Step 2 is the hard part.

Matt Ginzton writes here.

State of Terror to Become More Pervasive

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Now, to make sure people are even more continually conscious that we need to be terrorized by terrorists, we’re going to advertise this in Wal-Mart. Two different blogs I read linked to this news last week: John Gruber compared it to the movie Brazil and Bruce Schneier compared it to the book 1984.

These comparisons remind me of a joke I used to make during the Bush presidency: people were intended to look at works of dystopia sci-fi like Brazil and 1984 and see a cautionary tale; the neo-cons looked at these same works and saw an instruction manual.

Of course, here we are in 2010, Bush and the neo-cons are out of office, and yet the madness continues.

More on original story: DHS press release, The Raw Story, MSNBC.