Friday, June 15, 2012

Romney Refuses to Take a Stance on Immigration

Now would be a really good time for Romney to lead on immigration reform -- that's if he were a leader. He could come up with his own reform agenda. But you won't see that happening. Immigrants are still an important form of cheap labor for business. His stance that Obama's new policy prohibits a long-term solution isn't even logical. What does he mean by that? Does anyone really know what Romney thinks about immigration reform? Does he think he just gets to be elected because he's not Obama?
Instead, his advisors are saying that Obama's new policy is illegal.
Former Missouri republican governor Haley Barbour is criticizing Romney on immigration.

When Romney was still vying for the GOP nomination, he said he would veto the DREAM Act: