Monday, June 25, 2012

Another "Profile in Courage" award for Romney.

Can't try to convince the 29% of Latinos left you don't totally hate their guts without upsetting the Malkin/Shamnesty/Minutemen wing.
While President Obama released a statement today that got at specifics in the Supreme Court’s split decision on the Arizona immigration law, his rival, Republican Mitt Romney, has stayed mum to the point that it’s not clear if Romney supports the law the Supreme Court ruled on.  Or, if like the court, he agrees with parts of it and not with others. [...] 
Asked repeatedly today whether Romney supports the Arizona immigration law, and what he thinks of the parts overturned by the court, Romney spokesman Rick Gorka said that Romney believes states have the right to draft immigration laws of their own when the federal government fails to do so.

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