Mark Twain's quote "there is no such thing as a new idea" is over-used but it does ring true in politics.
We've had plenty of political "marketing" over the past two months... so do we really need to reuse old slogans now too?
In a Facebook post, in which Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips took some of the credit for the recent progress on the Nowra Bridge, she borrowed a long-standing slogan of the former Gilmore MP Joanna Gash: 'Getting the job done'.
Joanna Gash didn't take long to reply to Fiona Phillips' post.
"Fiona. Could I suggest that you find your own original slogan as "getting the job done" is the one I use still and have been using for the last 25 years," she said on Facebook.
"And really? We all know that the new bridge and the funding came from the Liberal party... again I suggest you find an original project to call your own."
Cr Gash even corrected herself later and said she had in fact used the slogan for 30 years, first when she was on Wingecarribee Shire Council.
"I'm still using it now so pick something else," she said.
"Everybody knows that I use it, it's on my T-shirts... it's still on my emails.
"I think it's a bit childish - she's now the federal member, surely she could pick something that's suitable to her."
We wait to see whose slogan will next drop into the political spin cycle.