Skip to comments.Obama: A brand in search of a slogan (“He’s all over the place”)
Posted on 04/08/2012 4:35:52 AM PDT by Libloather
Obama: A brand in search of a slogan
By DONOVAN SLACK | 4/7/12 7:00 PM EDT
Everyone knows what Barack Obamas campaign slogan was in 2008. No one seems to know what it will be for 2012.
The White House has been cycling through catchphrases since announcing his reelection bid a year ago: Winning the Future, We Cant Wait, An America Built to Last, An Economy Built to Last, A Fair Shot.
They seem to be looking for one to resonate and the constant unveiling of new ones suggests that so far, none of them have. To communications experts, the kaleidoscope of slogans is the latest reflection of the difficulties finding and marketing a message that Obama has faced almost since his inauguration another challenge that came with the shift from insurgent outsider to sitting president.
Hes all over the place, said Bruce I. Newman, the Bill Clinton brand-messaging adviser whose Bridge to the 21st Century helped define Clintons 1996 reelection campaign.
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Michael Savage: How Obama fixed 2012 election
Posted on April 7, 2012 by Conservative Byte
According to Tribune. BLAME IT ON BUSH!!!!
Higher gas prices cause less public anger this time
Several factors are behind the relative complacency now compared with the price surge of 2008, analysts say.
So, what we FReepers need to do now is develope a new slogan for the administration..four words..with the initials FUBO...
His slogan should be “I resign immediately”.
Good one! "Grope and Detain".
Just like it's hard to believe that Obama, who was raised in Muslim culture, wouldn't be aware of the symbolism of being photographed in the Oval Office with his feet on the desk and his soles pointed to the camera.
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