June 17, 2012

THERE'S NO DISAGREEMENT OVER THE LONG TERM STRATEGY EITHER...:

Adviser suggests Romney's position in line with Obama's on addressing fate of younger immigrants (MAGGIE HABERMAN, 6/16/12, Politico)

The Obama campaign last night blasted out this quote from Tara Wall, a recently-hired adviser on the Mitt Romney campaign, talking on CNN about the presumptive GOP nominee's take on President Obama's pre-emptive move over Sen. Marco Rubio on the DREAM Act, and wherein the difference lies:

"Within the party, there are plenty of opinions about this and I think there's plenty of time to talk about how we address this. There's no easy solution and I think he said that all along. He has also said that he's open to hearing other solutions like the DREAM Act. I think the more he's heard from others, including Marco Rubio, the more he's opened to broadening the idea of what we need to do with the folks, the young people, who are here through no fault of their own. If nothing else, we also see today, his opinion is the same, essentially in some degree, to President Obama's. The difference is: what do we do as a long-term strategy?"

...only about the timing of the universal amnesty.
Posted by at June 17, 2012 8:25 AM
  

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