Posted - 7/3/2012 1:52:12 PM | show profile | flag this post
Couple of weeks ago, right wingers here tore into Alberto Gonzales for criticizing the GOP message on immigration.
Now, Rep. David Rivera (R-FL) says as long as Romney's immigration position "remains hazy, he would refuse to act as an official surrogate to Hispanic voters."
Rivera: "I'm not willing to participate in any Hispanic outreach efforts without seeing more details on a permanent solution for these kids."
How long can Romney keep quiet on the immigration issue?
Posted - 7/3/2012 2:19:02 PM | show profile | flag this post
hell, he's keeping quiet on almost everything else..
why not immigration?
sooner or later, the american public is gonna catch onto the fact that he won't answer questions from anyone except faux snooze..
and those questions are such softballs they melt and fall apart before even getting to the plate..
and if he can't make the stand on obamacare the tea party wants, a lot of his "support" is gonna melt..turning him into the RINO the tea party types hate..
this does not augur well for a national campaign..
Posted - 7/3/2012 3:24:53 PM | show profile | flag this post
Gotta love how good Romney IS at dodging a question...
Loved his spokesman playing 20 questions with reporters about the immigration ruling a couple of weeks ago without EVER explaining Romney's stand on it or immigration in gneeral?
Then there was his surrogate going around and around for FOUR FREAKIN' MINUTES on CNN without ever explaining Romney's immigration stand.
Even Mitt himself refuses to explain where he stands:
If he's dodging the issue like this, sure looks like he doesn't want his base to find out what he's up to. Pretty much says he'll go with amnesty on day one!