Washington DC - A poll of younger voters say that Biden's new catch phrase, 'Hey, Get Off My Lawn!' isn't really doing much for them.
"Look, we understand," explained Riley Zipher, a 20 year old that was in DC on a family trip, and overheard Biden yelling his new catch phrase from the second story balcony of the White House. "I get it. He's really old. And that's what really old people are just naturally inclined to yell from their balconies. But as a tag line to win over the youth vote, it's just not working."
When we checked with Biden's re-election team, 'Hey, Get Off My Lawn!' was indeed the new campaign slogan that the President insisted that they go with for a possible run for a second term in 2024. "It's really the only thing we could get him to remember to say consistently," admitted campaign strategist, Zoe Nuffberger. "He never stumbles or stutters when he says it. And he seems to say it with such vigor, we figured we might as well just go with it?"
"I wasn't even standing on his lawn," explains our 20-year-old voter Riley. "We were on the other side of the fence...on the friggin' sidewalk."
Regardless of how old Biden's new catch phrase appears to make him with the youth voting block, whether they are standing on his lawn or not, it was way better than the alternative, 'Hey you there, help me put on my socks!'