From the 1/31/07 installment of The Daily Show, after a montage of clips of Bush and other Republican officials reciting what is evidently a new Talking Point, that any disagreement with how Bush is handling the war only serves to “embolden” the terrorists:
JON STEWART: It seems that critics of the war have no recourse that does not embolden al-Qaida or our enemies.
JOHN OLIVER: Yes, they are an emboldenable bunch.
JON: But the word “embolden” — such an odd word, such an unconventional word.
JOHN: Well, this is an odd, unconventional war. This isn’t like World War Two where there were winners and losers. It’s a new kind of war, where enemies can either be emboldened or beweakened. So we have to enscare them to the point where they rebecave themselves. We must disimagine the very thinkment of misunsuccessiveness. That is what we have to bedo.