In today's Washington Post An ad listing Boeing, Bell Helicopter and other companies making the troubled Osprey CV-22 attack helicopter appeared in the National Journal last week. It shows soldiers rappelling from the chopper onto the roof of a building, which says in Arabic on the side, "Muhammad Mosque.""It descends from the heavens. Ironically it unleashes hell," the ad touts. "The CV-22 delivers Special Forces to insertion points never thought possible."I'm just going to second the Post: "Like a Mosque?"When did Boeing start subcontracting it's advertising out to Stay Free? And doesn't it realize they deal in parody?
Phoebe Connelly, a former managing editor at In These Times, is Web Editor at The American Prospect.