The democrats couldn’t have picked a better candidate to run against.
Romney is right.
I see you post article after article after article on Milt and his record. That is fine, but I also notice you post nothing constructive on a solution to the problem. Should we back Ron Paul? Fred Karger? Harold Stassen? Focus on certain down ticket races? Start doing crack and get on welfare?
What is the point of this endless parade of old article on matters we are all to well aware of here at FR? How about putting this much effort in trying to come up with ideas.
So I guess Newt should be ashamed then?
ENOUGH WITH THE OLD ARTICLES - If you can find some new Mitt-Is-Evil material more power to you but I think I speak for a lot of Freepers who are sick of your Mitt Romney or Romney vs Obama headlines that link to stories from January or last year or 2008... It’s annoying to look at a page news articles on FR and have to weed out the 20% that are SoConPubbies’ old articles reposted. We all know Mitt Romney is not Ronald Reagan, Barry Goldwater or Sarah Palin, but can we stick with something from the hear and now.
Another reason to write in Sarah Palin for POTUS this November!
THEN compare what he SAYS with what Obama has DONE and TRIED to do.
Its a no-brainer.
Wow, that’s funny, he was so anti-amnesty during the debates
Go and listen to the WHOLE interview....Romney has just outlined the three proposals by Cornyn, McCain, and Bush...
He states in the interview he did NOT support any of the three....LISTEN TO THE WHOLE THING....
SoConPubbie...you are as dishonest as Obama....
Romney: Those people who have come here illegally, and are in this country, the 12 million or so who are here illegally, should be able to sign up for permanent residency or citizenship, but they should not be given a special pathway, a special guarantee that all of them get to stay here for the rest of their lives, merely by virtue of having come here illegally. That, I think, is the great flaw in the final bill that came forward from the Senate.
Matthews: But they shouldn't have to go home.
Romney: Well, whether they go home...they should go home eventually. In my view they should have a set period, during which period they sign up for application for permanent residency or for citizenship. But there's a set period, whereupon they should return home, and if they've been approved for citizenship or permanent residency, why that would be a different matter, but for the great majority, they'll be going home.
Matthews: The children they had, born here, are US citizens, so do the children stay here and the parents go home?
Romney: Well that's a choice, of course, the parents would make. But my view is that those 12 million who have come here illegally should be given the opportunity to sign up to stay here, but they should not be given any advantage in becoming a permanent resident or a citizen by virtue of simply coming here illegally. And likewise, if they brought a child to this country or they've had a child in this country, that's wonderful that they're growing their families, but that doesn't mean that they all get to stay here indefinitely. We're fundamentally a nation of laws. Let me underscore something here that I think is awfully important, because this immigration debate can sound anti-immigrant to a lot of people. It's not intended to be that, by myself or, I believe, by the vast majority of other people who talk about it. We value legal immigration. We welcome people coming here with their cultures and skill and education. But we are a nation of laws, and our freedoms and our liberty are associated with following the law. We have to secure our border, we have to make sure there's an employment verification system to identify who's here legally and who's not, and then for the 12 million who've come here, welcome them to get in line with everybody else, but no special pathway.
So my question here is...isn't this what we all want? if someone is in the country illegally, they should go home and get in line BEHIND those who are waiting to come here legally? If so, then how is Romney "supporting amnesty?"