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October 16th, 2012
05:48 PM ET

Romney's 'Rorschach Test'

'Severe conservative' or 'Massachusetts moderate', which one of these terms would you use to describe Mitt Romney? If you're having a hard time picking just one of those two options, you might not be alone. CNN Contributor John Avlon speculates that Romney's recent surge in the opinion polls is because the Republican Presidential Nominee is now marching himself back to center of the political spectrum in time for the November election. But which one is the real Romney? Brooke speaks with Avlon and fellow CNN Contributor Margaret Hoover about Romney's surge and what it says about voters.

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  1. tina

    I don't understand how Romney is allowed to run for president when he doesn't want to answer any questions about how he will help America......I do not believe Romney believes in education because if he did he would know the importance of answering a test question.....and the consequences of not answering a test question......if everyone else in america has to answer test questions......why on earth do Americans continue to let Romney insult America.

    October 17, 2012 at 8:30 pm |
  2. tina

    Romney is making a joke of American peoples intelligence.........Romney deserves as much attention as a student that attends a class but feels he/she is too superior to have to answer test questions......why on earth is Romney getting any attention........and the fact that Romney is getting so much attention..........why should American expect our students to answer test questions when we can't even get a presidential canidate to answer questions about how he will help America..............It makes me sick to watch the intelligent level of so many Americans.

    October 17, 2012 at 8:42 pm |

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