The Corner

Your Slogan Here

Are you worried that there is insufficient public outrage over the misdeeds of presidential adviser Karl Rove? So are the folks at MoveOn, who today announced a Fire Karl Rove Slogan Contest. According to MoveOn officials, the Internet organizing group wants to create widespread anger over the president’s top adviser, but doesn’t have a good slogan with which to do it:

We want to create the sort of buzz about Karl Rove you can see when you walk down the street. That’s why we’ve launched a Fire Karl Rove Slogan Contest to figure out the slogan for a downloadable poster we’ll send to all 3.5 million MoveOn members. Suggest your best idea for a good slogan or rate the slogans of other MoveOn members. The collective ratings of MoveOn members will decide the winner. Slogan writing and rating ends at 8:00 PM Eastern on Tuesday, August 2, 2005. We’ll then have a professional graphic artist design the downloadable poster that is the right size to print on a desktop printer and e-mail to all 3.5 million MoveOn members (with credit in the e-mail to the slogan’s author). If you’re the winner, we’ll send you a framed copy of your poster in full-color.

So far, early entrants seem to be following a similar theme, including front-runners “Treason Is Not a Family Value,” “Treason is the Reason: FIRE ROVE!”, and “Treason Accomplished!”

Byron York is is the author of The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy.

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