"Mr. Bush himself may fairly be said to have become the master of
the ostensibly ecofriendly sound bite, offering oversimplified solutions to complex environmental problems and wrapping them
in tempting slogans that hide their generally pro-business tilt."
New York Times
October 18, 2003
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President Bush's nominee to run the Environmental Protection Agency, Mike
Leavitt, finally won committee approval this week, but not before a half-dozen senators had openly expressed exasperation
at his habit of retreating behind ecofriendly phrases when asked about his record as Utah's governor. Which means, of course,
that Mr. Leavitt will fit right in with the Bush administration. ...
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Examples: "Healthy forests" and "Clear Skies"