Press Rolls Question to Romney

    IN FLIGHT, UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 01:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (L) and his wife Ann Romney talk on the campaign plane on September 1, 2012 en route to New Hampshire. Mitt Romney is going to his vacation home in  New Hampshire for a few days off following the Republican National Convention and a few days of campaigning.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Justin Sullivan

    The press and Mitt Romney have figured out a way to keep the candidate healthy while keeping the American public informed. Also, Romney never actually has to talk. Desperate to figure out whether Ohio Sen. Rob Portman would play President Obama in a round of debate prep, reporters on Romney’s campaign plane rolled him the question written on an orange. The fruit and scribbled answer “Shh! Don’t tell Sununu! But yes ...” came rolling back from Romney. The Republican nominee did not, however, take up the reporters’ invitation to “come chat.”

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