I believe it is time to bring the oil war home, especially since fuel prices indicate it's coming this direction whether we like it or not. My gut has been telling me that the homefront attitude of WWII, with its emphasis on belt-tightening and conserving, may be an appropriate response to our current situation.
Doing a little research on WWII slogans I came across a great collection of posters at http://www.state.nh.us/ww2/. You should really look at the pictures but here are some of the words:
Do with less so they'll have enough!
Millions of troops are on the move... is YOUR trip necessary?
Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club?
All fuel is scarce. Plan for winter now!
1. Winterize your home!
2. Check your heating plant!
3. Order fuel at once!
Food is a weapon. Don't waste it!
Can all you can. It's a real war job!
Plant a victory garden. Our food is fighting.
Use it up - wear it out- make it do! Our labor and goods are fighting.
I wonder if reproductions of these posters would be useful at Camp Casey or in Washington DC on September 24.
PS: One slogan I'd add for the 21st century is
Solar Is Civil Defense