America has been anxiously awaiting the new Democratic slogan ahead of the 2018 elections (note: this is sarcasm), and, at last, our wait is over:
So inspiring! We are already very excited to be trained to become individual moles in Warren Buffett’s personal life-sized whac-a-mole game, part-time, for $13/hour with partial health benefits and no worker’s comp.
That may be a trifle unfair, but this is a classic move by the Democrats—antiseptic, cautious, and not at all compelling. It also, within the first two words, condescends to voters and softly chides them for needing “better skills.” Weirdly, it only references one facet of their campaign, and though “jobs” is clearly a big one, you’d think if they were going to highlight specific issues, perhaps healthcare would merit a mention? We’re no experts, but that seems pretty relevant lately.
It should come as no surprise that it’s also the result of months of deep thought:
Amazingly, the origin of the slogan may have been Mr. Excitement himself: Tim Kaine!
Here's some more Internet reaction:
And of course…