Political sloganeering used to be the realm of overpaid 'creatives' who wear black rimmed glasses and play table football most of the time before doing lots of cocaine and churning out something like 'We're all in this together.'
Well times-they-are-a-changing because according to Radio 4 we are living in the Golden Age of the Placard, meaning everyone is coming up with their own political messages. This is probably due to the conjunction of two factors 1) there is loads to protest about at the moment as the living standards of the average person are going to hell in a handcart, while bankers wearing suits made of money look on and laugh 2) texting, instant messaging stuff like Whatsapp and Twitter have trained us to communicate in short form meaning we feel more able to say something which may cause one to LOL or LMMFWBAO.
See some examples of political word play and sloganeering here.
Come up with a political slogan using 140 characters or less. Imagine the slogan on a placard, so you should use bold type. If you do want to feature an image to support your slogan it is best to keep it simple. Remember an image may not be necessary.
The slogans should communicate a political message.
Some examples include: Yes We Can, Fight the Power, Nick Clegg We know You, You're a Fucking Tory Too and Maggie, Maggie, Maggie, Out, Out, Out.
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