Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is trying to salvage his campaign following his poor performance at the CNBC GOP debate and falling poll numbers, so he decided to change his campaign slogan to “Jeb Can Fix It.” No, seriously. This is the grand new campaign strategy that Bush and his team are implementing, beginning with a rally tour to drum up support for the former Florida governor’s presidential bid.
Unsurprisingly, Twitter, decided to take Bush’s new slogan to task by testing the limits of its intended meaning, as well as every other possible meaning the social media platform could think of.
Some poked fun specifically at the slogan’s attempt to be a slogan.
Slogans that lost to “Jeb Can Fix It”: – Jeb Can Fox It – Jebgasm! – Return of the Jebi – JEB CAN DO THE STUFF THAT WILL FIX THE THINGS!
— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) November 2, 2015
The “it” in “Jeb can fix it” apparently does not refer to campaign slogans. — Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) November 2, 2015
Jeb Can Fix It trying to steal Bob the Builder’s shine.
— The Nightly Show (@nightlyshow) November 2, 2015
“Jeb can fix it” sounds less like an expression of confidence in his governing ability than a desperate plea not to give up on his campaign. — Jim Antle (@jimantle) November 2, 2015
Some pondered what else Bush’s campaign could do with the slogan.
It’s 3:00am in 2027. A pipe bursts in an ad on TV. The homeowner is distraught. A plumber van shows up. The graphic reads: Jeb can fix it.
— Gideon Resnick (@GideonResnick) November 2, 2015
I think “Jeb Can Fix It” is a great slogan. He’s going to get tons of business on Angie’s List. — Betty F*ckin’ White (@BettyFckinWhite) November 2, 2015
I really hope Jeb camp starts selling a tool bet with “Jeb! can fix it!” on it
— Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) November 2, 2015
Others were just… were just Twitter.
Jeb Can Fix It pic.twitter.com/QND6u4Y0wJ
— FUCK EM UP SQUANTO (@Bro_Pair) November 2, 2015
Your expression every time you hear the words “Jeb Can Fix It.” pic.twitter.com/E4JHLcFhUH
— Diane N. Sevenay (@Diane_7A) November 2, 2015
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