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Mitt Romney declined to state whether he would have vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) as president, which authorized indefinite military detention of suspected terrorists including U.S. citizens, during a town hall in Mount Vernon, Ohio Wednesday.

"I'll look at that particular piece of legislation," Romney said, responding to a question from an audience member on whether he would have vetoed it over the controversial indefinite detention provision.

Romney went on to describe a commitment both to the rights of citizens and to America's security. He mentioned the fatal attacks in Benghazi, Libya and said he did not think this was a good time to pull back on America's security efforts.

"As to that specific piece of legislation, I'm happy to take a look at that," he said.

And January in a debate.

Lock em' up, throw away the key, or not, well maybe, then again, I didn't mean that, I misspoke, I was inarticulate.....

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