Lifted from the Lib Dems website: Can you sum up the purpose of the Lib Dems in a sentence? (Lib Dems? Purpose? Purpose? Lib Dems? No, you've got me there.)
Some of my favourite comments:
"Lib Dems - they believe in delivering leaflets."
"I would say that if we were a supermarket we’d be Waitrose"
"Waitrose, isn’t their current slogan “Because you deserve Waitrose”? Could we nick it?"
"Voting Liberal Democrat: a way for the middle classes to feel comfortable about abstaining."
"Liberalism - we moan, so you don’t have to."
"Liberal Democrats - well, you wouldn’t want a Tory, would ya?"
"Liberal Democrats are NEITHER one thing, NOR the other, but SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN."
"For one week a month I monitor all my media junkie imput. Every time a Lib Dem spokesperson on the news calls for extra state spending ( double points if it's the primary solution to a problem) or more government action (double points for primary legislation) I chalk up a point. The score is always high. This begs the question. Does a slogan have to reflect what our core beliefs are or what we actually campaign on ?"