This exchange with Mitt Romney about Seamus the dog is an interesting one:

DIANE SAWYER: As we move away from this primary campaign into the next phase — again, on Yahoo, we got two questions most often, first about Seamus — which as you know is out there forever — would you do it again?

MITT ROMNEY: Certainly not with the attention it's received.

This continues the trend of way-too-literal Romney responses to questions that provide him with an opportunity to display human emotion. (See also: "I'm running for office, for Pete's sake. I can't hire illegals.") I think both these statements suggest something more about Mitt Romney than just his opinions about pet transportation and undocumented workers. It's such interesting wording, because the implication is that Romney would do these things again if he didn't have to face the repercussions. There's no show of remorse, no consideration of the other side's perspective. I think this says a whole lot about his style as an executive.