2012 GOP slogan: “16-45-15-5″

19 Feb



It is not as catchy as 9-9-9 but it may be a winning combination. While reading comments over at the PJ Tatler, I ran across a pretty damn good suggestion from a reader who calls themself slider. Slider suggests that the GOP should focus on the economy in 2012 by adopting the slogan: “16-45-15-5″ That’s $16 trillion in US debt, 45 million people on food stamps, 15% real unemployment, $5 per gallon gasoline.

There is no question that Obama’s soldiers in the main stream media are attempting to divert the campaign away from Obama’s dismal record and towards social issues. We all remember how Herman Cain would answer any question by touting his 9-9-9 plan and I would recommend that whenever Andrea Mitchell or one of the other  MSM reporters ask one of the Republican candidates about gay marriage, free contraception, or some other social issue they should answer 16-45-15-5 and redirect the focus of this campaign where it belongs; on jobs and the economy.


Posted by on February 19, 2012 in Obama, politics


3 responses to “2012 GOP slogan: “16-45-15-5″

  1. P. Henry Saddleburr

    February 20, 2012 at 8:23 am

    The $5/gallon gasoline isn’t true yet, but we’re headed that way. The refineries are getting ready to cut over to the ‘summer blend’, so although premature, it could be there by election day.

    And if Iran blows up it could go even higher.

  2. Saddlesore

    February 20, 2012 at 9:47 am

    Exellent idea.

  3. American Samurai

    February 20, 2012 at 10:16 am

    Im hoping for $6.00 by election day… although the Suburban is a bitch to fill up!


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