If Mitt Romney decides to run for president in 2016, he'll do so with a focus on poverty, education and income inequality.
At least that seems to be the takeaway from several speeches Romney has given since his announcement that he is weighing entering the ring for a third time. He's not the only possible Republican contender to embrace a more populist tone -- former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky, Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida have done the same.
But the new rhetoric from Romney is puzzling, given that his unsuccessful 2012 campaign focused on everything but these ideas. At times, he has even managed to come across as a bit of a progressive. So, we thought it'd be fun to ask, who said it: Mitt Romney or Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)?