Skip to comments.Obama’s new slogan: ‘Greater together’
Posted on 02/23/2012 9:04:48 PM PST by Nachum
President Barack Obama has an emerging slogan greater together that hes using to spur support among younger voters worried about jobs, education and debt.
The collectivist slogan is appearing in more places, including fundraisers and in the title of the Greater Together Student Summit Tour, which is sending Obamas deputies to colleges to galvanize students and youth.
On Feb. 1, Obama used the slogan to spur support among young and old African-Americans, and especially African-American women.
Less than half of younger African-American men are in the workforce, and the average wealth of African-American families was slashed by the collapse of the government-caused mortgage bubble.
Previous generations of African-Americans made it possible for someone like me to be here today.
We are greater together than we can ever be on our own, he said in a short video posted on his campaign website.
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Spoken like Uncle Joe Stalin.
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I thought it was ‘WTF’?
I have spent my entire life chasing and zapping Commies for our Gov.
It stuns me that the Gov now embraces them.
It just blows my mind.
Change it back.
I thought his new slogan was...
E Plurbus Obama. Out of many, Obama.
Greater together? Sounds like an add for (1) bacon and eggs or (2) spaghetti and meatballs.
Parents need to get their kids the hell out of these nurseries of vice and indoctrination. It’s time for parents to wake the hell up and take an active role in selecting universities and colleges.
The young people cannot receive financial aid on their own (without parental participation) until they are 24 years old. It’s time to stop this madness.
I’ll take a rugged individualist over a collectivist any old day. Individuals built this great country. The collective does nothing but take greatness down.
“Greater Together - Without Liberty”
greater together = The collective before the cult of the individual!
I saw the `Up With People’ people perform in Columbus, GA in 1965. The fine actress Glenn Close was one of the performers. I was only 11 years old and with my family, but I snuck backstage after the show and we made sweet, sweet love.
She wrote this song about it and mailed it to me: It was called `Greater Together.’
But she had a screen career waiting for her, and I had middle school. sigh
I thought it was, “Hey bro’, got any spare change?”
Nowadays if you say it out loud, the Secret Service will pay you a visit.
Be right back, there’s someone at the door.
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