A. ROMNEY: Oh, yes. He got -- yes, we all have a pushing point, so, yes, of course.
HEMMER: How does he express it?
A. ROMNEY: You know, in a lot more mature way than he did when he was younger. So I will say that we all learn a lot as we grow older.
A. ROMNEY: Oh, yes. I mean, you know, we all --
HEMMER: Or does he get quiet and walk away?
A. ROMNEY: No, no, no. He's -- he deals with it straight on.
HEMMER: Your dad says he likes to compete with you guys... Who usually comes out the winner in that?
CRAIG ROMNEY, MITT AND ANN ROMNEY'S SON: Not him...
We've got five brothers so it's a pretty competitive group.
HEMMER: What kind of advice has he passed to you?
C. ROMNEY: He's rarely taken me aside and said you need to do this, you need to do that. It's always been more of a lead by example and just kind of watching him as I grew up seeing his dedication and his integrity that stuff rubbed off on me I think. But he never was one to take me aside and give me a lecture or anything like that.
HEMMER: Sort of let you figure it out on your own?
C. ROMNEY: I guess so.
HEMMER: What about your mom?
C. ROMNEY: My mom was always the, she was always the... bit of a softer one in the family and my dad was more the disciplinarian. My mom... You could always... If you wanted to get away with something you went to mom not to dad. For money you went to mom... not to dad.
HEMMER: so she was the understanding, soft one. And Dad was the disciplinarian.
C. ROMNEY: you know you kind of have to take those roles. But it was interesting.. Growing up I never really had that weird teenager relationship with my parents it always... it was more of a friendship.
I was the youngest so I think they kind of figured out their parenting style by that point so it was very easy going.
M. ROMNEY WITH GRANDKIDS:
M. ROMNEY: Do you like going to school?
M. ROMNEY: No?
M. ROMNEY: Yes you do.
GRANDSON: No I don't want to do homework.
M. ROMNEY: I think we should get rid of vacations and have you go to school every day, don't you think?
C. ROMNEY: One of the benefits of the campaign is you're actually always out on the road traveling and you get to see your family a lot more than you would.
HEMMER: What do you think about him running for president a second time?
A. ROMNEY: You're weren't a fan right?
C. ROMNEY: I had a harder time with it because it was heart breaking last time to see how it ended. But you know in the end, I think we decided it was something he had to do because he has been uniquely prepared to I think take the country at this point in time and really get it back on the right track.