It remains to be seen whether the WikiLeaks war logs will bring about meaningful policy change in Washington. On Twitter, however, the import of the documents is already being felt. Behold, #WookieeLeaks
The American Prospect's Adam Serwer goes for the easy name-swap...
John Yoo approved Darth Vader's use of interrogation robots in a secret memo. #Wookieeleaks
...while David Corn and Nick Baumann prove Mother Jones does, in fact, have a sense of humor about large-scale government cover-ups:
R2D2 accepts money from Princess Leia to build orphanage. But really uses funds to buy arms for Imperial Stormtroopers. #wookieleaks
CQ downplays concerns that spelling questions would hurt the meme at the polls.
And #wookieleaks. Fun no matter how many eeeeee's you type.
Matt Yglesias doesn't see how we can stand down if the Wookiees won't stand up...
Leia Organa is a member of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor #wookieleaks
...while Dan Foster of the National Review Online finally acknowledges a sobering reality.
Disturbing new intelligence indicates that Han may have shot first. #Wookieeleaks