Molon Labe = Come and take The story goes that the Persian commander asked King Leonidas, the Spartan commander, to order the Spartan soldiers lay down their arms. The Kings response was Molon Labe ( in ancient Greek of course) so the Persians came and got them, after a 3 day fight. Do we really want to use the quotation of a Commander who got his entire force killed as an inspirational theme? It really does not have the same ring to me as Mc Auliffe's' NUTS, or Remember the Alamo. I've no objection to principled defiance, but could not the theme makers have come up with a more sucessful image to voice our complaint? Any ideas or suggestions?