By Hunter Schwarz June 23 at 2:23 PM
If campaign slogans were honest, they'd be less about "taking the country back" or "restoring the future" or whatever it is we're supposed to be doing in 2016.
So Twitter users on Tuesday tweeted their favorite #RejectedPresCampaignSlogans, which became a trending topic in Washington. Many of them were vulgar, partisan or just plain mean, but here are some of the best ones that were none of those things:
What candidates really want
If we were honest about "change"
— dan bershefsky (@jackfooie) June 23, 2015
A slogan for the social age
There's got to be at least one candidate you're OK with, right?
Great slogan for a '90s remake (like, say, Bush v. Clinton II)
tbh I didn't recognize him at first
A good slogan for everyone who isn't Donald Trump
And for Vermin Supreme!
A promise that couldn't possibly be kept
Let's lower the bar a little more
And perhaps the most honest of all
Hunter Schwarz covers the intersection of politics and pop culture for the Washington Post