Romney Campaign Will Probably Make Hungry Hungry Hippos Reference Soon

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WASHINGTON - MARCH 3:  In this handout provide by the White House, U.S. President Barack Obama examines the Resolute Desk while visiting with Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg recalling the famous photograph, her brother John F. Kennedy Jr., peeking through the FDR panel, while his father President Kennedy worked, in the Oval Office of the White House on March 3, 2009 in Washington, DC. Obama is serving as the 44th President of the U.S. and the first African-American to be elected to the office of President in the history of the United States.  (Photo by Pete Souza/White House via Getty Images)
Mitt Romney will not be invited to President Obama's monthly Oval Office hide-and-seek matches. Photo: The White House/2009 White House

Exactly two weeks after a close adviser compared Mitt Romney to an Etch A Sketch, Romney himself, in a speech before the American Society of News Editors today, proclaimed that "this is not the time for President Obama's hide-and-seek campaign," meaning, Obama should not hide his true plans for a second term, and challenges the press to uncover them.

The following are the odds of the Romney campaign mentioning various children's games during the course of the campaign season:

Hungry Hungry Hippos: 3/1

  • A reference to President Obama's insatiable hunger for American tax dollars.

Pin the Tail on the Donkey: 5/1

  • A line in Romney's convention speech, except it will be "Pin the Fail on the Donkey."

Sorry!: 8/1

  • What President Obama should say to all the taxpayers whose money he keeps taking for no reason. 

Musical Chairs: 14/1

  • Many VP candidates will be vetted, but only one will have a seat on the GOP ticket when the music stops, Romney will explain in a Hannity interview in July.

Thumb War: 20/1

  • Down by 5-6 points with a week to go until the election, Romney will challenge Obama to a thumb war, winner gets the White House.