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Romney fails to differentiate himself from Bush on economy

Jared Bernstein, senior fellow at Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, talks with Ezra Klein about Mitt Romney's inability to explain how his economic plan is different from the unsuccessful plan of George W. Bush, and the fact that the extreme economic conditions since the financial collapse haven't spurred Romney to come up with any new ideas.