Just like he did when Sarah Palin launched her "One Nation" bus tour at the beginning of the summer, on Tuesday night Jon Stewart said there's no way President Barack Obama's bus tour isn't part of his 2012 campaign.
Even though a President seeking a second term is supposed to be able to stay above the fray at least for a while, Obama is already doing a three-day, three-state bus trip to the midwest to talk about jobs and the economy. Obama's people insists it is not a campaign tour.
"I'm sure the President just had some frequent Greyhound miles..." Stewart joked.
During his thoroughly funny analysis of the tour Stewart showed how Obama is pandering to the swing states he's visiting just like one does during a campaign. He's even taking time to reject negative GOP rhetoric like "Obamacare." But there's just one thing missing to make this an official campaign tour: a slogan for the 2012 election.
Wach the clip below and hear what Jon Stewart decides -- based on what Obama has been saying -- must be this election's "Yes We Can." Somehow we don't think it's going to be as effective.
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