Let me set the scenario: the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) has unfortunately realized that the 2010 election cycle - which would be where the DSCC spent 97.8 million and went into debt for 8.9 million in order to lose six Senate seats and gain zero - demonstrates handily that the DSCC cannot be trusted to come in out of the rain; wipe its own nose; or, indeed, wear its underpants underneath its outer clothing. Accordingly, the DSCC is now outsourcing to actual functional adults every possible function that it can... which includes finding a slogan for the DSCC. Seriously: as the Politico puts it, "...DSCC Chairman Patty Murray (Wash.) is looking for a pithy catchphrase to rally the troops..." The Politico then proceeds to mock the DSCC for this, which is unusual - but, given the truly insipid slogans that the DSCC considering, perhaps the Politico simply could not help itself.
Certainly, I could not, so here's mine. I feel that it is pithy, actually conveys the message that the DSCC is attempting to convey, and even uses a historical/pop-culture reference to make it, in its way, a truly honest slogan in a way that most political slogans cannot be. So, here we go:
DRINK THE KOOL-AID.
Is there going to be a small prize for the winner?
Moe Lane (crosspost)