It’s Time to Play ‘Bill Clinton or Mitt Romney?’

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It hasn't escaped anyone's attention that Bill Clinton has been going a little off-message in his interviews recently with remarks that put him at odds with the Obama campaign. In fact, some of the things Clinton has said over the past week sound like they could have come straight from Mitt Romney himself. Can you tell the difference?

Take our quiz to find out:

"This nation … was made great by Americans standing together and celebrating success and encouraging achievement."

Campaign event in Virginia, May 2, 2012

"One of our great characteristics is we don't resent other people doing well."

Interview with CNBC, June 5, 2012.

"I don't have any problem with extending [the Bush tax cuts]."

Interview with CNBC, June 5, 2012.

"I don't want to raise taxes on people in the middle of a recession. Of course not."

GOP primary debate, November 9, 2011

"There are some people in Washington that .... think if you invest in a business, it's always going to go well. And they don't always go well."

GOP primary debate, August 11, 2011

"You can go into a company, have cutbacks, try to make it more productive with the purpose of saving it. And when you try, like anything else you try, you don't always succeed."

CNN interview, May 31, 2012

"We like it when people make money."

Interview with CNBC, June 5, 2012.

"There's nothing wrong with profit, by the way."

GOP primary debate, January 19, 2012

"My view is capitalism works. Free enterprise works."

GOP primary debate, January 19, 2012

"I don't think that we ought to get into the position where we say [that private equity] is bad work. This is good work."

CNN interview, May 31, 2012