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Will a campaign against 'severely conservative' Romney work?

The Obama campaign wants to paint Mitt Romney as a conservative extremist, and not a flip-flopper with moderate views on the issues. Will it work? Chris asks MSNBC political analysts Michael Steele and Howard Fineman. Watch Hardball at 7 p.m. ET.
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