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Romney Campaign Treads Carefully on 'DREAM Act' Lawsuit

26 August 2012 33 views 2 Comments

“Mitt Romney’s campaign is treading carefully on the issue of a new lawsuit against the Obama administration’s deportation deferrals for young illegal immigrants, criticizing Obama for the policy but refusing to say whether or not he would continue the deferrals if he were to become president,” Cameron Joseph writes for The Hill’s Ballot Box blog.

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2 Responses to “Romney Campaign Treads Carefully on 'DREAM Act' Lawsuit”

  1. Linda Smith says on August 28, 2012 at 12:43 pm:

    What will happen if Mitt Romney is elected? Hopefully he will not undo the good that is being done with the Deferred Action order. These are tough issues but there is still plenty of room to deport the criminals and drop outs and leave the good students and productive members of the undocumented population here in the U.S. the only place many of them remember as home.

  2. Alfredo Lozano says on August 30, 2012 at 3:17 pm:

    There’s no doubt that this will be a hot topic during the presidential election. Many people feel very strongly about the issue. A stance in one way or the other by a candidate can result in losing or gaining potential votes.

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Romney Campaign Treads Carefully on 'DREAM Act' Lawsuit

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“Mitt Romney’s campaign is treading carefully on the issue of a new lawsuit against the Obama administration’s deportation deferrals for young illegal immigrants, criticizing Obama for the policy but refusing to say whether or not he would continue the deferrals if he were to become president,” Cameron Joseph writes for The Hill’s Ballot Box blog.

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