May 7, 2012

Least inspiring 1-word campaign slogans.

Inspired by "Forward."

49 comments:

ricpic said...

About half of America is inspired by the one word that sums up Barry's agenda: STEAL!

bagoh20 said...

They should have picked "Fairness". It's more what they are about and more meaningful to the skid mark-sporting hordes making up his smelly base.

bagoh20 said...

"Attica" seems to have legs.

ndspinelli said...

Didn't Bubba use the #1 least inspiring one word campaign?

The Drill SGT said...

couldn't happen to a nice group of campainers :)

(sic)

Original Mike said...

William Dyke, mayor of madison from 1969 to 1973, had the campaign slogan "Because". I think it was in the election that he lost to Paul Soglin. I remember it because it was so laughable.

traditionalguy said...

Peace!

RKearns said...

Obey.

Scott M said...

Are the coincidences of Obama administration selection of dates notable to the socialist movement becoming too great a hindrance for the faithful to deflect?

Ann Althouse said...

"William Dyke, mayor of madison from 1969 to 1973, had the campaign slogan "Because". I think it was in the election that he lost to Paul Soglin. I remember it because it was so laughable."

Wow. "Because" was the long-time advertising slogan for Modess Sanitary Napkins.

Mitchell said...

Think.

No wait, that's already taken.

LarsPorsena said...

For those Obama voters being bussed in from Oaxaca that's 'Adelante!'

ndspinelli said...

"Because".. "I have the curse."

Lisa Lupner[Gilda Radner]

Triangle Man said...

Meh.

lemondog said...

Might have meant “Fore”

William said...

"Again"

campy said...

Is Voteformeoryou'rearacist a word?

gadfly said...

Bloggers declaring that the "Forward" slogan was borrowed from the Chinese or from Wisconsin, missed the most recent iteration of use of the slogan. After Toyota got a clean bill of health from Obama's NHTSA, the company adopted "Moving Forward" as its rebound slogan, but wags could not but add "Unintentionally" to the end in reference to the carmaker's alleged unintended acceleration problem.

ndspinelli said...

William, Bubba used "Erect" the first election and "Again" the second campaign.

Paddy O said...

"Me!"

It worked in 2008, I have suspicions about 2012

Scott M said...
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Scott M said...

It worked in 2008, I have suspicions about 2012

"You got ME in the house."

Recently said by POTUS on-stage to an assembly of military service members at the end of a "who's who" list of attendees.

I believe the vast majority of people would not include that fact. Every single person there was aware the president was on the premises. The copious number of Columbian whores should have clued them in, if nothing else.

Michael said...

TAKE.

Original Mike said...

"You got ME in the house."

Yeah, I heard that. Incredible.

Original Mike said...

REDISTRIBUTE.

PatCA said...

CATS!

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

What happened to Win the Future (WTF)? That went down the memory hole fast.

alan markus said...

What happened to Win the Future (WTF)? That went down the memory hole fast

Seems like a lot of their slogans and hashtags have a short shelf life. They change their slogans faster than your typical OWSer changes their underwear.

Joe said...

Letterman isn't even trying anymore, is he?

Elle said...

Suckers.

ndspinelli said...

Letterman's been phoning it in since he had to get married. He's profoundly unhappy and I'm sure his wife is also.

Luke Lea said...

If

Dave D said...

Joe:

Have to agree with you. Letterman is so old and tired that I can't bear to watch anymore. His band looks like a bunch of "going through the motions" zombies, also. I used to LOVE him in grad school (late 80's). Now: not so much.

Astro said...

"Oops!"

EMD said...

It's a shame "Excelsior!" is so out of vogue these days.

edutcher said...

There's always "Vacation".

It certainly says it all for this Administration

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

alan markus said...
What happened to Win the Future (WTF)? That went down the memory hole fast

Seems like a lot of their slogans and hashtags have a short shelf life. They change their slogans faster than your typical OWSer changes their underwear.

5/7/12 12:12 PM

I think they change slogans two times in 6 months. So twice as often as OWSer.

Chip Ahoy said...

ex·cel·si·or
Noun:
1 Used in the names of hotels, newspapers, and other products to indicate superior quality.
2 Softwood shavings used for packing fragile goods or stuffing furniture.

Hahahaha you guys are killing me today

Original Mike said...

D'oh!

BarrySanders20 said...

Since 2012 is all one big feel-good party, how about

(Let's) SOCIALIZE!

BarrySanders20 said...

The Lorax used UNLESS, but it seems that Obama's minions are adopting that as the de facto slogan.

Just think what Julia's life would be like UNLESS she votes for the warm government cocccon.

t-man said...

How about "MORE" with that idiotic Obama "O" symbol?

Original Mike said...

One
Big
Awful
Mistake,
America

Dave D said...

Chips:

Excelsior means "Higher than" in Latin.

mishu said...

Please warn users that the link is a video that will automatically play. Some of us are on conference calls.
:P

Rumpletweezer said...

Squirrel!

Hunter said...

Uh.

wyo sis said...

OOPS

Alan said...

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!

(Oh, sorry - that's more than one word.)