Library of Congress, Washington D. C. Woof Blister reporting for Spoof News Service. A new and controversial exhibit posted online today by the Library of Congress contains several of the most skewering campaign slogans intended to belittle while poking fun at opposition candidates for president. Covering presidential elections from 1936 to 2020, the Library attempted to maintain a bipartisan stance by including a quid pro quo of Republican and Democrat slurs. The best among them:
1936 Republicans on Democratic presidential primary candidate Huey Long: Phooey on Huey
1952 A Democratic response to the "Ike/Nixon" Republican signs:
Nix On Ike
1976 Democrats on Republican Gerald Ford's re-election campaign:
We don't need another Edsel
Possible 2020 Republican comment on the potential Democratic nominee: What's Biden Hidin'?