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Mitt Romney Whiteboard: What Else Could Presumptive GOP Nominee Have Written?

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On Thursday in Greer, S.C., Mitt Romney used a whiteboard to show reporters the differences between his Medicare plan and President Barack Obama's Medicare plan.

"Which of these two do you think is better?" Romney asked reporters.

Well, how about neither? Here are some things that we would have preferred to see him write on the whiteboard instead:

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