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Obama spox sets record for cliche use in a single sentence

A story on Politico today takes a look at President Barack Obama's reelection campaign and how it currently lacks a slogan to parallel "Change you can believe in" from 2008.

Campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt is quoted in the article using what has got to be every political cliche known to man and maybe God.

“The President is working to ensure that our economy is built to last — where hard work and responsibility are rewarded, everybody does their fair share, and everyone from Main Street to Wall Street plays by the same set of rules."

Built to last.

Hard work and responsibility are rewarded.

Everybody does their fair share.

From Main Street to Wall Street.

Plays by the same set of rules.

Shoot me. We just needed him to tip the scale by starting with "At the end of the day..."

One last thing…
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