Forget “Hope & Change”. Obama’s new campaign slogan is ”Things could be worse”

by editor on July 29, 2010

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Things could be worse. We're just not sure how.

We’ve all been there – lost a girlfriend, wife walked out, dog died or some other disaster worthy of its own country & western ballad befalls us and what happens? Some well meaning friend comes along and utters the dreaded words, “Cheer up. Things could be worse.”

Well, imagine that the friend is the Greatest President In History. Actually, you don’t have to imagine, because according to MSNBC’s website:

President Barack Obama, who rocketed to the White House promising “change you can believe in,” is now telling voters they shouldn’t change a thing.

His message for the fall elections, which are looking ominous for his Democrats, is that Republicans caused the nation’s economic troubles, but he and the Democrats are starting to fix them. So stick with the Democrats and don’t go back to the GOP.

The article also states that:

Obama’s stacked up a remarkable, if controversial, string of legislative successes, from last year’s economic stimulus bill to the health care law and now the financial overhaul bill. But his vaunted eloquence on the campaign trail has often seemed to desert him as he’s tried to sell those policies to the public. To the 14.6 million people out of work nothing else much matters anyway.

The above is just a fancy way of saying that he passed this legislation despite the fact that the American people in general soundly reject it.

The amazingly truthful MSNBC story goes on to say:

At the same time, the desire for change that Obama helped ignite is still burning. But this time it may work against him. As Bush recognized shortly before leaving office, calling for change is a luxury denied to incumbents.

So Obama tells voters every chance he gets that things would be a lot worse if not for the stimulus bill and other steps he took. At least the recession never became a depression, the president says.”

Don’t know about you, but we’re waiting for the day when we can honestly say, “Hey, things could be worse. Obama could still be President.”

Source: MSNBC.com

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thomasgalvin
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Things could be worse but don’t forget the hope & change.

David Wyatt
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Yep, they could be, & just give ‘im time, he’ll make ’em worse!

KimmyQueen
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He promised us the moon and the stars and lollipops and rainbows he cannot deliver and people now have to trust that HE WILL at some point in time just not right now… riiight…

I am ready for real change and hopefully most americans are too.

Insane Minds
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He needs to change it to “things will get worse”

Just a thought
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Just a thought

I am going to run for prez on the campaing slogan,
” I couldn’t do any worse”

Mistella
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Mistella

For years I have said that I could be elected to anything with, “I’m not a lawyer!”

drb
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drb

and getting worse by the minute,

Old Goat
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Old Goat

They said: “Stop worrying, things could be a lot worse”. So I stopped worrying, and lo and behold things WERE a lot worse!.

WordEmUp
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WordEmUp

I love how this administration spins EVERYTHING. I find myself adding articles to my “Democrats Guide for Dummies” book everyday…

1. Don’t let facts get in the way of a good story.
2. If he/she doesn’t agree with the President or his policies, he/she’s a Bible-thumping, racist redneck.
3. If democrats are nervous about a republican that can beat us, we get the MSM to call that person either stupid or crazy. I.E., Sarah Palin=Stupid, Michelle Bachmann=Crazy.
4. If all else fails, remember #2.

WordEmUp
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WordEmUp

How can I forget…

BLAME BUSH!