“An evacuation is not an evacuation, it’s an ‘ordered departure’. (I would have thought that an ordered departure is what happens at National Airport every couple of hours when a plane takes off on time).
A coup in Egypt isn’t a coup, it’s a ‘change in government.’
The war in Afghanistan isn’t really a war, it's an 'overseas contingency operation.’
What happened in Benghazi was not really a terror attack, it was a spontaneous riot – as the Secretary of State at the time says ‘What difference does it make?’
This is the first administration in history ever to launch a lexicological war on the enemy. They’ve thrown the book at them – the dictionary – and it really isn’t enough." - Charles Krauthammer