Some helpful suggestions for the Democratic senate campaign committee

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, chaired by Patty Murray of Washington, needs your help. As John Bresnahan reports at Politico , the queen of the whisker-thin, adjudicated victory is appealing to the public for help in developing a new Democratic party catch-phrase for bumper stickers and additional messaging to assist in the upcoming 2012 campaign cycle.

Murray, who was described quite accurately by Ann Coulter as a "lifelong public-sector union zealot" and with perhaps a tad of exaggeration as "the stupidest person in America," acquired her Senate seat after considerable subterfuge. Between getting military absentee votes discounted and the efforts of illegal aliens as campaign canvassers, Murray managed to squeak out another victory over beleaguered Republican, Dino Rossi. I'll bet you thought those were only Al Franken tactics.

Considering the 23 seats the Democrats have to defend, they will need all the help they can get. In the spirit of bi-partisanship, I am happy to reach across the aisle and hand off some scintillating new slogans for Democrat Senatorial candidates that are certain to bring some truth to their union-funded advertising. The ideas offered by the committee so far seem rather bland, including "Had Enough Tea?" and "We've got your back, Barack."

Here are my top ten new campaign slogans for the Democrat Senate candidates in 2012:


1. Go for Broke with Barry and Biden.
2. In your heart, you know you want Obamacare.
3. Amnesty, Si! Border Fence, No!
4. Don't make us go to a hotel in Illinois!
5. Senate Democrats; Your union dues at work.
6. Democrats; making our country safe for Islam.
7. This wise Latina is voting Democrat.
8. Don't ask, don't tell, don't vote Republican.
9. Democrats; beating our swords into teleprompters.
10. Four more years...of spending!


Ralph Alter is a regular contributor to American Thinker. He blogs at www.rightot.blogspot.com


The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, chaired by Patty Murray of Washington, needs your help. As John Bresnahan reports at Politico , the queen of the whisker-thin, adjudicated victory is appealing to the public for help in developing a new Democratic party catch-phrase for bumper stickers and additional messaging to assist in the upcoming 2012 campaign cycle.

Murray, who was described quite accurately by Ann Coulter as a "lifelong public-sector union zealot" and with perhaps a tad of exaggeration as "the stupidest person in America," acquired her Senate seat after considerable subterfuge. Between getting military absentee votes discounted and the efforts of illegal aliens as campaign canvassers, Murray managed to squeak out another victory over beleaguered Republican, Dino Rossi. I'll bet you thought those were only Al Franken tactics.

Considering the 23 seats the Democrats have to defend, they will need all the help they can get. In the spirit of bi-partisanship, I am happy to reach across the aisle and hand off some scintillating new slogans for Democrat Senatorial candidates that are certain to bring some truth to their union-funded advertising. The ideas offered by the committee so far seem rather bland, including "Had Enough Tea?" and "We've got your back, Barack."

Here are my top ten new campaign slogans for the Democrat Senate candidates in 2012:


1. Go for Broke with Barry and Biden.
2. In your heart, you know you want Obamacare.
3. Amnesty, Si! Border Fence, No!
4. Don't make us go to a hotel in Illinois!
5. Senate Democrats; Your union dues at work.
6. Democrats; making our country safe for Islam.
7. This wise Latina is voting Democrat.
8. Don't ask, don't tell, don't vote Republican.
9. Democrats; beating our swords into teleprompters.
10. Four more years...of spending!


Ralph Alter is a regular contributor to American Thinker. He blogs at www.rightot.blogspot.com