WASHINGTON D.C.-- Data from the 2008 presidential election has shown that increasingly short attention spans have led many voters to no longer tolerate long, sophisticated soundbytes like "It's the economy, stupid!", which was favored by the Clinton campaign in 1992.
This year's classic catch-phrase was "Yes We Can!" or, for those for whom that phrase was needlessly complex and wordy, simply "Change!".
Campaigning for the 2012 race has not yet started, but many are wondering how to shorten soundsyllables such that no words would be necessary.