RNC Slogan Tweaks Obama: 'Hype and Blame'

He's not the candidate of 'Hope and Change' argue Republicans
By Kate Seamons,  Newser Staff
Posted May 3, 2012 10:40 AM CDT
RNC Slogan Tweaks Obama: 'Hype and Blame'
This bumper sticker can be yours for $10.   (GOP.com)

Hope and Change? Try "Hype and Blame." That's the message from the RNC, which unveiled its not-quite-rhyming variation on President Obama's 2008 slogan today. Going forward, both the RNC and the Romney campaign will start using the slogan (and selling $10 bumper stickers emblazoned with it), which references what they say is three-plus years of broken promises, reports CNN. "Four years later, we know the candidate of Hope and Change is now Hype and Blame," says the RNC's press secretary. (Romney apparently isn't too wowed by Obama's new slogan, either.)

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