Pinky and the Brain, Which one is You!?

First came the followings………….

Campaign Slogans of Barack Obama in the USA

 1. “Yes We Can”

2. “Change” versus “More of the Same”

3. “Vote for Change
4. “Change We Can Believe In
5. “Our Time for Change”
6. “It’s about Time. It’s about Change”
7. “Stand for Change”

8. “Organize for Change”
9. “We are the change we’ve been looking for. Change can’t happen without you.”

10. “I’m asking you to believe.  Not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington . I’m asking you to believe in yours.”
11. “A leader who can deliver change”
12. “Change in America doesn’t start from the top down. It starts from the bottom up.”

13. “Obama Momma”

14. “Women for Obama”

15. “Obama for America

16. “A New Beginning
17. “Help me take back America ”
18. “My President is Black
19. “Eight [years] is Enough”
20. ” America , we cannot turn back. We cannot walk alone.”
21. “We must pledge once more to walk into the future.”

Even in His Homeland They stood For Him, For one day He will rule the World!

 Sayings (street language) from the youth in Kenya towns

(with help from the People for Peace Office in Nairobi, Kenya)

1. Obama is our son (in Luo translation Obama eni nyathiwa)

2. Obama save Africa

3. Obama for Africa

4. End of racism — Obama

5. Obama for elder, Obama for families

6. Obama from Kogelo (Kogelo is the small village tin Western Kenya that is the Obama ancestral home)

7. Sing Obama

8. Walk thinking Obama

9. Obama say no to war


And Now as Obama preparers to rule the world comes the new Slogan! 

 Obama campaign unveils new 2012 slogan

 Published April 30, 2012

 Associated Press

 WASHINGTON –  President Obama has a new campaign slogan: “Forward.”

Obama’s re-election team unveiled its new motto in a video released Monday morning. The seven-minute video begins by recalling the grim state of the nation’s economy when Obama took office, then ticks through what the campaign says are the president’s accomplishments, both on the economy and other issues.

 The campaign also uses the video to target congressional Republicans, saying Obama had to overcome GOP obstruction on Capitol Hill in order to pass legislation.

 The video tries to make the case for Obama’s re-election by saying there is still more work to do going forward.

 The campaign says the video will be played for supporters attending the president’s first re-election rallies Saturday in Ohio and Virginia.

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