It's one where the President goes before the public and asks us to look beyond the bloodshed and suffering in Iraq toward the day when everything will be rosey-posey.
I'm paraphrasing. But I find it interesting that the phrase "look beyond the bloodshed" has been used over and over in the past several days to describe the latest iteration of the same old message.
In Denny Hastert's America, the President says things like, "I think in Iraq there are three types of folks that are trying to stop democracy," because he thinks all people are "folks."
They're not folks. He called the pilots on 9/11 "folks" at one point, too.
Just remember, America: Folks want freedom. Just look beyond the bloodshed.