The Democratic Party is preparing to unveil their new slogan for the 2018 midterm elections and appear to have stolen it from Papa John’s pizza.
Jeff Stein of Vox tweeted that a member of Congress told him that the “Democrats big 2018 slogan” is “Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Wages.”
Many on Twitter were quick to point out that’s basically Papa John’s slogan: “Better Ingredients. Better Pizza. Papa Johns.”
Stein added that the congressman who told him the slogan “noted that this is the result of months of polling and internal deliberations among the House Democratic caucus.”
In reality, the Democrats just lifted the slogan from an op-ed written by Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016.
“’Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Wages’ is a pro-growth economic message that is true to who Democrats are,” Kaine wrote in May. “Our party has long supported investments in the workforce, infrastructure spending and bigger paychecks. We won’t have trouble convincing folks that we are sincere and serious in pushing this basic economic strategy.”