Kevin Drum points out the similarity between Bush's 2004 campaign slogan and that of Herbert Hoover in 1932. Besides inviting the fair but unwanted comparison between the Bush and Hoover administrations, is "we've turned a corner and we're not turning back" really such a good slogan to begin with? It leads one to ask some questions that Bush might not want asked, such as "Why is there a corner to have been turned? Whose fault is that, anyway?" and "Have we really turned the corner at all?" and "If we've turned the corner are you sure we've turned the right way?" and "Even if we've turned the corner and headed the right way, why should we trust you that we're not going back?"
Kevin also encourages one to complete the sentence "George Bush is the first president since Herbert Hoover to _______." His winner so far, and I have to concur.