Unus omnino nititur


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Saw a Latin phrase in a prominent political party looked suspicious so wanted to find out


According to them it's supposed to mean "rooted as one"

Etaoin Shrdlu

Which prominent political party, just so we can point and laugh?

Edit: there seems to be a 'rooted as one' FB community, but that doesn't seem to be a party, let alone a prominent one. Actually, I'm not sure that I know what that's supposed to mean in English. It does sound very fluffy, though.
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Civis Illustris
This thread helped me to discover the list of presidential campaign slogans.

Some are clever: For U. S. Grant: "Grant us another term." Some are prosaic: Van Buren: "Independent treasury and liberty." Some are funny: "In your guts you know he's nuts" (actually a counter-slogan against Goldwater). And some seem like such a wistful dream" Harding's "Return to Normalcy."