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The Obama Campaign Now Has The Same Slogan As MSNBC

Barack Obama's re-election campaign today released a new video that unleashes a new slogan: "Forward." And the video also serves as the blueprint to the President's strategy against Mitt Romney in the general election. It's important for a team that built so much of its 2008 campaign on slogans that became part of political discourse — "Change we can believe in" and "Yes we can!" became the most popular.
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