Howard Dean: The Problem with the Obama Campaign is that it Needs a "Slogan"
I suppose this passes for liberal thinking nowadays. Don't look at the economic situation, don't examine Obamacare, don't consider the apology tour. Debt. What debt? All irrelevant. According to Howard Dean (on MSNBC), the only thing the Obama campaign needs (in lieu of a set of policies that work) is a slogan:
"He needs to condense his economic message to three or four words, and then repeat them every single day between now and the election. People fundamentally don't trust Mitt Romney; they believe he only cares about people who have great wealth, which is probably true."
"But the president's got to close the sale and the way to close the sale is to have a slogan and repeat it and repeat it and repeat it and repeat it. He was doing very well right after the jobs speech. He needs to get back into that groove."
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Other suggestions or comments, please.
(H/t: Real Clear Politics)