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Politics
Political Buzz Word, Catch Phrase or Sound Bite of the Day
An SI Board Since July 2004
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It seems that each day, the media operatives for each candidate are given a new buzz word to be used over and over again in media interviews.

I tend to notice those put out by the Bush organization more, but I'm sure they exist on both sides. A good example is reference to the latest big Dem fundraiser as a "Hollywood Hate-Fest." Maybe it was, but it was way too coincidental for so many different people to refer to it that way in interviews.

So, let's post the daily catch phrases we notice, from both sides. Please mention who said it and where.

If you catch an early buzzword and post it, then later notice someone else using it, reply to your original message with the follow-up.

LET'S PLEASE BE NICE TO EACH OTHER HERE.

LET'S PLEASE NOT COMMENT ON THE ACCURACY OF BUZZ WORDS AND CATCH PHRASES.

LET'S PLEASE NOT ARGUE POLITICS HERE.

LET'S, INSTEAD, HAVE A FUN TIME POINTING OUT AN INTERESTING BUT ANNOYING AND SLIGHTLY CONDESCENDING POLITICAL STRATEGY THAT BOTH SIDES APPEAR TO BE USING AND ABUSING.
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