Do not use campaign slogans that have no real meaning and would never be opposed by anyone else.
What does that mean? It means that I am tired of hearing empty suits chanting slogans and phrases that mean nothing. Here are a few examples:
- I am against crime.
- I am for education.
- I support the family.
- I am against terrorism.
So, the next time someone says, "I support this country," don't let them get away with an empty statement. Ask them to explain exactly what actions they have taken. Demand details and real answers, not meaningless bumper sticker words.