arlier this week, Mitt Romney unveiled the slogan for his presidential exploratory committee: "Believe in America." If you think that sounds tritely familiar, you're right: It's the same battle cry John Kerry used for a campaign tour during the 2004 presidential race. Of course, Romney is hardly the first candidate to adopt a slogan that sounds a bit recycled. Barack's Obama's "Yes, We Can" bears more than a passing resemblance to George W. Bush's bus-tour slogan (see above) Here are 10 others:
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