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  • Kerry Mocks Bush's 'Itsy Bitsy' Campaign Slogan

    07/31/2004 2:09:23 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 92 replies · 2,564+ views
    Reuters ^ | 7/31/04 | Patricia Wilson
    GREENSBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - Democratic White House challenger John Kerry mocked President Bush's new "turning the corner" campaign slogan on Saturday and said he offered voters more than "little itsy bitsy" sound bites. On the second day of a 22-state, 43-city tour that will take him and running mate John Edwards from coast to coast by bus, train and boat over the next two weeks, Kerry disputed Bush's contention that "we are turning the corner and we're not turning back" on the U.S. economy. "I think the American people are a heck of a lot smarter than some of these...
  • Help With Name and Slogan for new Church Plant (VANITY)

    07/08/2004 11:21:45 PM PDT · by A2J · 66 replies · 649+ views
    N/A | 7/8/04 | A2J
    We are in the process of planning a new church plant in the eastern Tennesse/western North Carolina area in the near future.Our target group will be young families with children and youth (i.e., teens), as well as the 18 - 35 age group, known as the "emerging church."If you are already familiar with the emerging church generation, then you know that they are basically resistant to the status quo of what has wrongly been called "church" (i.e., heirarchial structure organizations, non-relational, etc.) and instead are looking for real, authentic truth and relationships.What I am asking of you are ideas for...
  • WHERE'S KERRY? Bad news for Bush seems to drown out challenger

    05/10/2004 12:16:44 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 32 replies · 532+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | May 10. 2004 | staff
    These are tough times for President Bush and his administration. Reports and pictures of American soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners dominate the news. Worse images are still to come. The fighting in Iraq during recent weeks has been the deadliest so far for U.S. forces. In the minds of many people around the world, both friend and foe, the United States has forfeited the moral high ground. In his Saturday radio address, Bush declared the abuse of prisoners "a stain on our country's honor and reputation." Although the president maintains the atrocities were the work of a few, commanders in the...
  • Governor unveils new state slogan

    12/02/2003 5:47:24 PM PST · by bicycle thug · 12 replies · 408+ views ^ | December 2, 2003 | AP
    PORTLAND - It worked for Nike. The advertising company that invented the phrase ``Just Do It'' for the shoe giant has coined a new tagline to sell Oregon's tourist and business potential in other parts of the country. On Monday Gov. Ted Kulongoski unveiled the new slogan: ``Oregon. We Love Dreamers.'' The slogan - which replaces the old ``things look different here'' catch phrase - was devised by Wieden+Kennedy, the Portland advertising firm that created Nike's most famous slogan. The ``dreamers'' slogan and a series of sample ads, presented at an Oregon business summit Monday in Portland, are designed for...
  • Penn-A-Phrase Contest underway in Pennsylvania

    11/18/2003 3:54:52 AM PST · by prisoner6 · 113 replies · 1,392+ views
    MetroSource newswire | 11/18/03 | NA
    Penn-A-Phrase Contest underway in Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, PA) - Pennsylvnaia Governor Ed Rendell has started a new contest in the state. They are seeking a new one-line slogan to inspire people to come to Pennsylvania. The governor says there are two catagories, one for school students the other fot everyone else. The aim is to come up with a new phrase to poost tourism in the state. Contest winners will ahve their cahce to design their own Pennslvania vacation as thei prize. SOME SUGGESTIONS... VISIT PENNSLYVANIA...BRING CASH! PENNSLYVANIA...RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO OHIO! PENNSYLVANIA...JUST LIKE CALIFORNIA BUT WITHOUT THE FUN STUFF AND...
  • Can't even get the slogans right . . .

    10/03/2003 9:17:34 PM PDT · by jwalburg · 44 replies · 899+ views
    AP ^ | Fri, Oct. 03, 2003
    NEW YORK - Quick: which company has the slogan "The power of dreams?" If you don't know, you're not alone. A survey released this week found that most Americans can't match even the most prominent advertising slogans with their corporate owners. On a list of tag lines for 22 of the nation's most heavily marketed brands, only six were recognized by more than 10 percent of those surveyed, while another six were identified by 1 percent or less, according to the survey by Emergence Inc., a brand consultancy based in Richmond, Va. The relatively new slogans for Circuit City Stores...
  • Liberals: Architects of The Bumper Sticker Generation

    09/23/2003 7:45:16 PM PDT · by dpflanagan · 10 replies · 384+ views ^ | September 23, 2003 | David Flanagan
    What should a political party do to minimize debate on the part of their constituents over real issues and simply pre-program voters to think and act a certain way? Well, first thing, control education at the national level where you can teach kids WHAT to think instead of HOW to think. Secondarily, feed your constituents a series of one-line bumper sticker slogans which sound great but have about as much real meat as your average soy-burger. Can there be any doubt that liberals are the masters of this art? Personally, I have, for a long time now, been very wary...
  • Dino-crats! Not that their Candidates that are Old, Tired, and Obsolete, just their Ideas!

    11/01/2002 12:14:32 PM PST · by epluribus_2 · 4 replies · 295+ views
    today | epluribus_2
    Put this new slogan in your Rock-The-Vote bowl and smoke it.
  • "Keep The Anger Alive" as a new slogan

    09/11/2002 4:50:27 PM PDT · by ANTIROCKEFELLER · 24 replies · 289+ views
    9/11/2002 | Jeff Sawin
    I am tired of hearing people say things like "we will never forget" and "let the healing begin", when it comes to 9/11. I propose us Freepers come up with a more significant slogan. My friend suggested "Keep the Anger Alive". I like it.