Ann Coulter: set your Tivo. Money quote:
"We spent a lot time doing research on this game," says Surnow. "Using a sponge, team members must take the water from a filled bucket and squeeze the water from the soaked sponge into an empty bucket. First team to fill the empty bucket wins." Surnow said he chose the Sponge Bucket Game because it provides opportunities for little Jack to interrogate the little Arabs.
"There's a great scene before the game starts where little Jack takes an Arab kid named Abdul and sticks his head in the water-filled bucket," says Surnow. "Jack keeps his head under the water until he drowns. The kid did not give Jack the answers he needed, and for the greater good of the Cub Scouts of America, Jack had to send a strong and clear message."
That's a strong "enhanced" message. Just like Mr Tenet says.