Orrin Hatch Forever 

Eight potential campaign slogans for Orrin Hatch, running for his seventh U.S. Senate term in 2012.

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Eight potential campaign slogans for Orrin Hatch, running for his seventh U.S. Senate term in 2012:

8. “Are you better off now than you were 35 years ago?”

7. “Building a bridge to the 18th century”

6. “Yes we can. Right after the early-bird special.”

5. “Fighting for the life-sustaining virgin blood of your children since 1977”

4. “Clarification: Orrin Hatch does not feed on children. As far as you know.”

3. “A solid foundation for a solid future and a solid stool”

2. “A whole year younger than that Bob Bennett geezer”

1. “Republican. Mormon. Incumbent. Understood?”

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