Obama campaign's new slogan: "FORWARD." MSNBC's slogan since late 2010: "Lean forward."
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) April 30, 2012
#Forward : Because "Lean Forward" propelled MSNBC to the top of the ratings charts. Oh, wait…
— KevinC (@ExurbanKevin) April 30, 2012
Obama' 12 leans forward in the fight for the MSNBC vote. #Forward
— Christopher Metzler (@DrMetzler) April 30, 2012
Is Obama directly coordinating with MSNBC now? He should just make his new slogan "Lean Forward" & drop the coy games. #forward
— Francesca Chambers (@fran_chambers) April 30, 2012
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?
— The Hill (@thehill) April 30, 2012
The video teases a new campaign slogan: “Forward,” and while it doesn’t mention Obama’s likely Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, it blames GOP policies for the still sluggish economy.
— Sarah Boxer (@Sarah_Boxer) April 30, 2012
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) April 30, 2012
Excellent move by the RNC, but we’re confident conservatives would have managed to hijack this meme without any nudging. The #forward hashtag is trending nationwide this morning, and not because Obama boosters are breathless over the new campaign video:
#Forward: Because emulating Greece is AWESOME.
— RB (@RBPundit) April 30, 2012
Let's not closely examine the promises, decisions and results of the past three and a half years. Let's just look #FORWARD
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) April 30, 2012
Obama's new campaign slogan is #FORWARD. I blame Bush.
— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) April 30, 2012
— Brittany Cover (@bccover) April 30, 2012
— Kevin Eder (@keder) April 30, 2012
Over the weekend Obama was getting his golf ball to move #FORWARD
— joe warner (@jwarner180) April 30, 2012
America, let's move #forward with showing President Obama the door.
— Madeleine McAulay (@m_mcaulay) April 30, 2012
Under Obama, young Americans look #forward to living at home with their parents longer
— Kirsten Kukowski (@kakukowski) April 30, 2012
The position the country must be facing to receive Obama's big stick. #Forward
— Gregoré (@greg_zemaitis) April 30, 2012
Even the spambots are doing more to dominate this hashtag than the left side of the Twittersphere. (We’ll spare you from having to view those tweets.)
Keep looking forward, Dems! If you took a look back, you might realize your hashtags never work out as planned.