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Romney agrees with Rubio and OBAMA on immigration policy, WON'T overturn: ‘We have to find a long-term solution’

 
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Romney agrees with Rubio and OBAMA on immigration policy, WON'T overturn: ‘We have to find a long-term solution’
Romney agrees with Rubio on immigration policy: ‘We have to find a long-term solution’


“I believe the status of young people who come here through no fault of their own is an important matter to be considered and should be solved on a long-term basis, so they know what their future would be in this country,” Romney said in a statement provided to The Daily Caller. “I think the action that the president took today makes it more difficult to reach that long-term solution because an executive order is, of course, just a short-term matter — it can be reversed by subsequent presidents.”

“I’d like to see legislation that deals with this issue, and I happen to agree with Marco Rubio as he looked at this issue,” Romney continued. “He said that this is an important matter, that we have to find a long-term solution, but that the president’s action makes reaching a long-term solution more difficult. If I’m president, we’ll do our very best to have that kind of long-term solution that provides certainty and clarity for the people who come into this country through no fault of their own by virtue of the action of their parents.”

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What did Marco Rubio say?




GOP Sen. Rubio says deportation leniency is 'welcome news'


A GOP senator on the short list to be Mitt Romney's running mate is applauding President Obama's move to forego deportations for some illegal immigrants.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said the more lenient policy is "welcome news" for those immigrants who will benefit, though he was quick to knock the administration for acting unilaterally.

“Today’s announcement will be welcome news for many of these kids desperate for an answer, but it is a short term answer to a long term problem," the Cuban-American Rubio said in a statement. "And by once again ignoring the Constitution and going around Congress, this short term policy will make it harder to find a balanced and responsible long term one.”

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It's not the first time Rubio has bucked his party on immigration. Earlier in the year, the freshman Republican vowed he'll be introducing a version of the Dream Act – which would offer legal resident status for certain illegal immigrant students and military personnel – and urged GOP leaders, including Romney, to get onboard.

"There is broad support for the idea that we should figure out a way to help kids who are undocumented through no fault of their own, but there is also broad consensus that it should be done in a way that does not encourage illegal immigration in the future," Rubio said Friday. "This is a difficult balance to strike, one that this new policy, imposed by executive order, will make harder to achieve in the long run."

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BRUNSWICK, Ohio (AP) — Mitt Romney is refusing to say that he would overturn President Barack Obama's new policy allowing some young illegal immigrants to stay in the United States.

The Republican presidential candidate tells CBS" ''Face the Nation" that if he's president, Obama's executive order "would be overtaken by events ... by virtue of my putting in place a long-term solution."

Romney was asked three times in the interview if he would overturn Obama's order, but he didn't directly answer the question. Instead, he said would work to pass a law to help those young people who were "brought in by their parents through no fault of their own." Romney said he doesn't know why Obama "feels stop-gap measures are the right way to go."

More [link to m.yahoo.com]

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I don't usually look at this site but lol

Not A Dream: Romney’s Top 5 Comments On Immigration During The Republican Primary

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1. Romney attacked Governor Rick Perry for supporting the DREAM Act, calling it a “magnet for illegal immigration.”: In a Florida GOP debate, Romney accused Governor Rick Perry of engendering a “magnet” in Texas by allowing the children of illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition. Romney maintained that even though many children had no part in their families’ decisions to immigrate to the United States, they should not be able to have the same academic opportunities as their peers. [September 2011, USA Today]

2. Romney pledged to veto the DREAM Act: In December, Mitt Romney promised to veto the DREAM Act if he were elected president. Then during a January GOP debate, Romney called allowing any undocumented workers to gain permanent residency “a mistake.” [December 2011, ABC News]

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Obama, Romney, & Rubio: Ironic that none of these three are natural-born Citizens?
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Rmoney's stance on any issue changes depending on who he's talking to. If he had a Banker standing on one side and a middle class laborer standing on the other and they both asked what his position on the Volcker rule was he would probably split in two.herethere
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I’d like to see legislation

F Congress. I be du Preziden.


Guess which one is Obama and which one is Romney/Rubio
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I’d like to see legislation

F Congress. I be du Preziden.


Guess which one is Obama and which one is Romney/Rubio
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That's just it. Congress wont take up the legislation. He is forcing their hand.
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I’d like to see legislation

F Congress. I be du Preziden.


Guess which one is Obama and which one is Romney/Rubio
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lol
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BRUNSWICK, Ohio (AP) — Mitt Romney is refusing to say that he would overturn President Barack Obama's new policy allowing some young illegal immigrants to stay in the United States.

The Republican presidential candidate tells CBS" ''Face the Nation" that if he's president, Obama's executive order "would be overtaken by events ... by virtue of my putting in place a long-term solution."

Romney was asked three times in the interview if he would overturn Obama's order, but he didn't directly answer the question. Instead, he said would work to pass a law to help those young people who were "brought in by their parents through no fault of their own." Romney said he doesn't know why Obama "feels stop-gap measures are the right way to go."

More [link to m.yahoo.com]
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