The Post's Slogan Contest: Don't Quit Your Day Job
What if you had a slogan-writing contest and nobody came?
Well, at least you'd be spared the lame-o campaign catchphrases submitted for Al Kamen's In the Loop Slogan Contest. Actual "winners" cited in the column:
• "A leader, not a mis-leader"
• "Swift boat #44 to president #44"
• "W. stands for you and you"
• "Kerry: I'll Get Our Friends Back; The UN Approves of This Ad"
• "It's Skull and Bones, not Numbskull and Bones" (Doesn't this apply to both candidates?)
• And, perhaps our favorite: "Standing behind a Bush -- Not using the John" (!?!!)
Christ. How bad would a slogan have to be to not make this cut? "W is like two upside-down dunce caps that George has to wear because he's a stupidhead." Or: "John Kerry would make a bad president." I got it: "Dick Cheney looks like a penis." Maybe if you named the wrong candidates or something.
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