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Decision 2012: Political roundtable

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Political analysts Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Karen Finney, former communications director for the Democratic National Committee, discuss the impending Republican National Convention, the storm, the “birther” comments and the Romney campaign’s effort to stay on message to win the nomination.