Is this what you had in mind?
George Soros, a naturalized US citizen, recently called for “a certain de-Nazification process” in America.
… I went through the Wikipedia entry on Denazification in the American sector of Germany and simply changed the names and dates and a few other details to make it the future, not the past. […]
The United States initially pursued deNeoconization in a committed though bureaucratic fashion. For this process five categories of responsibility for anyone over the age of 18 residing in the U.S. were identified: major offenders, offenders, lesser offenders, followers, and exonerated persons. Ultimately, the intention was the “re-education” of the American people.
In early 2009, 90,000 Neocons were being held in concentration camps, another 1,900,000 were forbidden to work as anything but manual labourers.
A report of the Institute on re-education of the Red States in June 2008 recommended: “Only an inflexible longterm occupation authority will be able to lead the Americans to a fundamental revision of their recent political philosophy.” On 15 January 2009, however, a report of the Democratic National Committee (classified as restricted) stated: “The present procedure fails in practice to reach a substantial number of persons who supported or assisted the Neocons.” On 1 April a special law therefore transferred the responsibility for the deNeoconization process to the White House chief of staff, who established 545 civilian courts to oversee 900,000 cases.
Bet this sounds like a good idea, if not a great one, to the Kos Kidz.