Skip to comments.At midterm, Obama tries can-do slogan, details TBD (WTF? No, really - WTF?)
Posted on 01/29/2011 9:26:52 PM PST by Libloather
At midterm, Obama tries can-do slogan, details TBD
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press Sat Jan 29, 1:13 pm ET
WASHINGTON There's a new slogan in town, and it's a winner.
At least that's what President Barack Obama has in mind.
The president unveiled his "Winning the Future" mantra in his State of the Union address, and now the upbeat but amorphous phrase is part of every speech, policy and pronouncement coming out of the administration. It's also emerged as a fat target for his Republican critics.
What's next on health care? Where to go on energy and education policy? How to improve the jobs picture? It's all about winning the future through innovation and determination, Obama and his aides have argued over the past few days.
There's no room for losers is the implicit flip side of the message.
"We've got to up our game," Obama told a crowd in Wisconsin.
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Civility, invent "stuff" & WTF?
Sure doesn’t look like Obama vets this stuff very well. What the eff?
Help the man slogan contest, in 3...2...1...
First place win a czar post. Second place... Union Job. Door Prizes. Bring the kids.
It is like Winning a Meeting: if you get out without having to post the minutes and have no assignments, you WIN!
You know this is just so rich that someone thought this up and really believed it was a marketable slogan....has not a single one of them ever been online? The jokes just write themselves.You folks just make it so easy.OK who is making a cartoon Obama with a “WTF!” over it?
WTF....the only thing 0bambi’s investments will get us is a bullet train to bankruptcy.
Every day I wake up, remember that the Kenyan Kommie Klown is occupying the white hut, and “WTF?!?” is my first thought of the day. Every day.
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