'Win the future' wins the headlines
President Obama implored the American people during Tuesday's State of the Union speech to "win the future." The catchy slogan and its equally catchy cousin "The future is ours to win" were repeated six times during the night, so it's only natural that newspapers across the country splashed the phrase across their front pages.
Below are a few of the more than 40 papers in the U.S. alone that printed Obama's call to action (thanks to the Newseum for their amazing collection of front pages!):
Other "future" headlines:
Obviously, it's a winning slogan. Even Newt Gingrich thinks so. In fact, Gingrich named his 2005 book "Winning the future," as Gawker points out.
| January 26, 2011; 12:41 PM ET
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