10 Proposed Slogans For the Barack Obama’s Re-Election Campaign

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The year 2012 is the year of the presidential campaign, and each presidential campaign needs campaign slogans.   The President Barack Obama will be campaigning again in 2012, it would make sense to pick some new slogans for the 2012 campaign, rather than reuse the “Hope And Change” and “Change We Can Believe In” from 2008.  Here are the 10 of the slogans that Barack Obama’s re-election campaign may want (or not want) to use.

Obama/Biden 2012:  This November, Hope there is no Change!

Obama/Biden 2012:  We found the birth certificate!

Obama/Biden 2012:  The ultimate “Not-Mitt Romney” candidate.

Obama/Biden 2012:  Fighting for the 99% with the campaign donations from the 1%!

Obama/Biden 2012:  Uniting and inspiring Republicans better than Reagan!

Obama/Biden 2012:  Reduce federal spending by keeping the same name tag on the Oval Office!

Obama/Biden 2012:  Solyndra and $16 muffins create jobs too!

Obama/Biden 2012:  Don’t like Obamacare?  Fine, vote for Romneydon’tcare!

Obama/Biden 2012:  Blaming George W. Bush for the American economy since 2006.

Obama/Biden 2012: Once you go black, you don’t go back!

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5 Responses to 10 Proposed Slogans For the Barack Obama’s Re-Election Campaign

  1. Olga says:

    “Obama/Biden 2012: The ultimate “Not-Mitt Romney” candidate.”

    Best one!

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  2. Rawful News says:

    Obama/Biden 2012: Change. From the first term. http://rawfulnews.com/

    Like

  3. mcnorman says:

    OMG, you are too funny! This kept me rolling today.

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