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Obama: We saw 'stage three Romnesia' at last debate

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A day after the last presidential debate, President Obama campaigned in Delray Beach, Fla., telling supporters that Governor Romney had a 'severe outbreak' of 'Romnesia' Monday night. The president was referring to his opponent’s changing stance on Iraq and the auto industry.