Friday, June 27, 2008

IMAO: New Latin Mottos for Obama

Harvey at IMAO has figured out why Obama dumped the faux presidential seal:

Let's be honest. The REAL reason Barry ditched his fake presidential seal was that his Latin slogan "Vero Possumus" was interpreted by most people to mean something like "I [heart] possums". Which is all well & good for capturing the Granny Clampett vote, but lacks overall appeal for the general election.

But personally, I say he should keep the faux seal and just change up the motto . . .
He's written up a list of possible replacements. My personal favorites:
Non Terebratus Via Forus Hoc - Can't drill your way out of this
E LVII Unum - Out of 57, one.
Iste Infantia Patris - Your Baby Daddy
Go read the rest. You'll want to stay awhile - they're having a good time over there. We'll leave the porch light on.

(UPDATE: New favorite (from the comments): Veni Vidi Flipfloppi)

1 comment:

Bill Baar said...

these are great!

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