I thought of a couple new slogans or lines to describe the situation.
For Jeb Bush it is renaming him Jeb “Rockefeller” Bush. I think that’s self explanatory.
For Hillary, I thought her campaign slogan should be “every which way but lose” that more than defines her strategy. And she will do any_thing, Republicans beware. Sure, while she is a laugh line and her favorabilities are in decline right now, she’s a political creature with means and motivation. Who cares about favorability when you have the means? Let’s see when she turns on the tears for wanting to help Americans?
Another is “Viva la pig farmers.” In some areas people have taken to putting bacon around mosques. This has sparked outrage from CAIR who calls it a hate crime. Can you smell what they’re cooking? So this brings me to appreciation for hog farmers. I think we need a national recognition day, since they’ve been hurt by “wasteful pork spending”.
On Debbie Wasserman Schultz refusing to answer when life begins, basically allowing an open end to abortion, I say: “It’s always nice when evil can have a spokesperson.”
On Benghazi, it is more evident than ever that Hillary’s message to the Benghazi 4 was “don’t call us, we’ll call you.” And in a sane and logical world, the right response to Hillary’s bid for the White House should be don’t call us, we’ll call you. We won’t forget.
Then there is this post from Political Commentator that will just blow you away on a Holocaust denier. You know who those people are, whatever their reasons or motives are. It was a social media reply. It is a must read. “A comment for the ages.” I’d like to think of a three or four word response for that but I’m still aghast.
On a positive note, I came across this on the philosophical side:
“Even Kings and emperors with heaps of wealth and vast dominion cannot compare with an ant filled with the love of God.” – Guru Nanak
I believe we should probably do more sloganeering because, face it, many people just don’t have time or room for much more than squeezing in an occasional thought now and then. So I decided we need more not less sloganeering.