WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee independent expenditure started airing the TV ad "It's OK" in the battleground state of Wisconsin this week. After failing to live up to his 'hope and change' four years ago, voters are realizing it's ok to make a change.
TV ad can be viewed here.
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"Four years after voting for 'hope and change,' the American people are wondering what happened to the hope and they are looking for change," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. "Candidate Obama made a lot of promises to cut the deficit in half, strengthen the economy, and lower unemployment, but, four years later, the American people are realizing that President Obama couldn't fulfill his promises. Middle class families are looking at Governor Romney and noticing that he has a strong track record of making promises and keeping promises. He's turned around tough situations before and he's ready to fix the American economy. After four years of President Obama, it's ok to make a change."
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