Romney: Change without the hope

Mitt Romney has a new ad in Virginia suggesting that President Obama has delivered on half of his “Hope and Change” promise. But the change, Romney says, hasn’t been for the better.


President Barack Obama picks up Kerry Christophe III during a stop at Rick's Cafe in Virginia Beach Friday. (Susan Walsh/Associated Press)

The ad contrasts some of Obama’s high-minded rhetoric from 2008 — “If you don't have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters,” for instance — with headlines faulting his current campaign tactics.

Read more about it on The Fix.

The ad is just the latest to hit the airwaves in Virginia, which this year has been one of the nation’s most saturated markets for presidential TV advertising.

Laura Vozzella covers Virginia politics for The Washington Post.

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