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Top Ten Campaign Slogans for Barack Obama

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1. Barack around the clock
2. He puts the "bomb" in o-BOMB-a
3. A clever Democratic Party ploy to seduce minorities into thinking we give a sh*t
4. We will, we will Barack you
5. Hey, even a black guy is better than voting for a chick
6. Barack...yeah, it rhymes with Iraq
7. At least he's not Al Sharpton
8. He'll Barack your world
9. As MTV sez: ba-Rock the vote
10. Let's face it, when candidates have to sell themselves to corporate donors in order to raise at least $250 million, it doesn't matter who you vote for. So here's your chance to appear progressive without really changing anything.

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