Maclean’s, true to form lately, is at the centre of controversy again. This time it’s in the U.S., because of a magazine cover depicting U.S. President George W. Bush dressed as Saddam Hussein, including a moustache, beret and military attire.

Here’s the canoe.ca site (CP) story.

USA Today took up the issue on a blog. Lamented one commenter, “How did we go from a noble task of liberating millions of Iraqis under a brutal regime headed by a madman to the cover of this perverted magazine with its twisted logic? How can anyone sympathize with this pathetic twisted view on Iraq?”   Answered another commenter: “I’m surprised it took so long for someone to come up with such an appropriate concept.”  It goes on, of course, into the predictable attacks and debate on Canada’s (ir)responsibility. Yawn.

Here’s the Maclean’s story.

Maclean’s, true to form lately, is at the centre of controversy again. This time it’s in the U.S., because of a magazine cover depicting U.S. President George W. Bush dressed as Saddam Hussein, including a moustache, beret and military attire.

Here’s the canoe.ca site (CP) story.

USA Today took up the issue on a blog. Lamented one commenter, “How did we go from a noble task of liberating millions of Iraqis under a brutal regime headed by a madman to the cover of this perverted magazine with its twisted logic? How can anyone sympathize with this pathetic twisted view on Iraq?”   Answered another commenter: “I’m surprised it took so long for someone to come up with such an appropriate concept.”  It goes on, of course, into the predictable attacks and debate on Canada’s (ir)responsibility. Yawn.

Here’s the Maclean’s story.

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