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Washington Times Unveils New(?) Catchphrase for Both Its Readers

I heard a commercial for the Washington Times this morning that had the narrator boasting that more power-brokers in this town get their news from that paper than anywhere else.

The radio spot ended with a tag line: "You can tell who's reading!"

I'd never heard it before, but I love it.

"You can tell who's reading!"

The Washington Times? Hell, yeah, you can tell!

And damn if that doesn't blow away, "If you don't get it, you don't get it!"

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  • yellowliner

    I can see how perhaps it was true under the last administration that many (most?) of those in power got their news from the WT, but you KNOW that won't hold true in this administration. Time for a new poll, folks.

  • TomHandy

    I think it's a great slogan for the Washington Times; you can DEFINITELY tell when someone is a Washington Times reader.