I hope I'm not giving away too much of the plot, but there's one scene in the new Star Wars film where Darth Vadar says, "If you're not with me; you are my enemy" and Jedi Master Obe Wan Kenobi responds that only Siths (bad guys) "deal in absolutes" and proceeds to (try to) kill him with his light saber. The dialogue in the movie is so construed, I couldn't help wonder whether it was subsversive nod to Bush's mantra on good and evil.
Apparently others are making similar connections. Laura Rozen from War & Piece
invites her readers to chuckle at an opinion piece by Ami Eden at The Forward
that asks whether Darth Vader was the Galaxy's original Neoconservative