I'm on spring break, so Sunday Trivia might be a little less in-depth for a couple of weeks. Bear with me.
Snowclones are clichéd phrasal templates that allow endless variation: for example, the classic "gray is the new black" can be changed to any "X is the new black" or "X is the new Y," and has been used with almost any combination of colors you can think of. The Kings of Convenience have an album called Quiet is the New Loud.
Snowclones are named after the original example cited, "If Eskimos have N words for snow, X surely have Y words for Z."
Your challenge: name a snowclone coined by Saddam Hussein.