Obama's campaign theme in three, uh, FIVE words

In a much-hyped interview with George Stephanopoulos to promote the news tryst/marriage between ABC News and Yahoo.com Barack Obama was asked what the theme -- like the two words Hope and Change in 2008 -- would be for the 2012 election.

Obama said that he wasn't sure that he could narrow it down to two words, or to a bumper sticker, yet but that the election would come down to: "...our vision for the future. That's three words."

When Stephanopolous pointed that that was actually FIVE words, Obama tried to cover; he backtracked to say, "Vision for the future. That's four words."

This from the man the MSM would have us believe is "the greatest orator of our  generation."

In a much-hyped interview with George Stephanopoulos to promote the news tryst/marriage between ABC News and Yahoo.com Barack Obama was asked what the theme -- like the two words Hope and Change in 2008 -- would be for the 2012 election.

Obama said that he wasn't sure that he could narrow it down to two words, or to a bumper sticker, yet but that the election would come down to: "...our vision for the future. That's three words."

When Stephanopolous pointed that that was actually FIVE words, Obama tried to cover; he backtracked to say, "Vision for the future. That's four words."

This from the man the MSM would have us believe is "the greatest orator of our  generation."

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