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:
Help me make my dreams come true #RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans
— Wright Tyler (@TheWrightTyler) June 23, 2015
— dan bershefsky (@jackfooie) June 23, 2015
The lesser of 27 evils. #RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans
— Marcel LeJeune (@MarcelLeJeune) June 23, 2015
#RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans Rand Paul: the Bud Light Lime of Libertarianism.
— Robbie Woods (@WoobieRoods) June 23, 2015
— Sophie Vershbow (@svershbow) June 23, 2015
— Giselle Evans (@GiselleEvns) June 23, 2015
#RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans: I promise not to make any promises I can't keep.
— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) June 23, 2015
I'll lie to you slightly less than that other guy. #RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans
— ❄❄ Crystal ❄❄ (@panelrific) June 23, 2015
I Vow To Probably Disappoint You Less #RejectedPrezCampaignSlogans
— froggy (@moutzie89) June 23, 2015