Norm Coleman, contra Romney, says Roe v. Wade "not going to be reversed" [VIDEO]

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Norm is apparently tasked with reaching out to liberal Republicans and deceiving them about Romney's real priorities.
During a meeting with the Republican Jewish Coalition yesterday in Beechwood, Ohio, former U.S. Senator Norm Coleman -- now working as an adviser to the Romney campaign -- was asked about abortion rights.

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Here's what he said: "President Bush was president eight years, Roe v. Wade wasn't reversed. He had two Supreme Court picks, Roe v. Wade wasn't reversed. It's not going to be reversed." Compare those remarks with Romney's website, which says Mitt "believes that the next right step is for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade."

Here's footage of Norm's remarks:

Coleman contradictory abortion remark is remarkably reminiscent to what he said about Obamacare last January, when he observed that a Republican president "will not repeal the act in its entirety... you can't whole-cloth throw it out." Of course, Mitt's website says that "On his first day in office, Mitt Romney will issue an executive order that paves the way for the federal government to issue Obamacare waivers to all fifty states. He will then work with Congress to repeal the full legislation as quickly as possible."

Are these instances of Norm and Mitt deceptively trying to be all things to all people, or does Coleman just have a penchant for going rogue?

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