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Romney: ...It can be reversed by subsequent presidents." He was asked if he would overturn the order if he's elected, but he did not answer the question.
The media (ie, every single solitary reporter in America with any shred of professional dignity) has one job for the next week: Get this slippery Wall Streeter named Mitt Romney to answer the darn question.

So, here's a little help for reporters who will be talking to Mitt Romney on his (I've never been on a) bus tour over the next week or so:

Questions for Mitt Romney:

1. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

2. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

3. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

4. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

5. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

6. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

Got it media? Those are the questions you're allowed to ask Mitt Romney for the next week, until he answers them.

Can you remember those questions over the next week, media?

In case you forgot already, here's a repeat:

1. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

2. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

3. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

4. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

5. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

6. Would you overturn Obama's immigration executive order if you're elected?

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