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McCain: Romney knows "Self-Deportation" is not 'the entire answer'

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Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) believes that Mitt Romney is "solidly in favor of immigration reform," and that Romney is aware that "self-deportation" is not the entire answer.

McCain stated the following: "[Romney] knows that there are 12 million people who are in this country illegally. He knows you have to address it. He has also stated, recently, and I'm happy to say, that we have to address it in a humane fashion."

Hopefully, whoever wins this election will address the issue more humanely than what we have seen during the last 3.5 years.

I'm not holding my breath.

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  1. Alina's Avatar
    he was very unpresidential- and soewhd to be a petty man, and very much the washington politician. they also said they did not like his twon of voice, and how he dodged questions that were not in his favor, and spent the majority of his answers name dropping. Most undecideds said that they were looking for a reason to vote for him, because the media has been boasting him as the front runner, but that this debate not only disapointed them- but was able to see that romney is much more presidential, and while the title commander and chief seems to fit mc cain better- they felt that romney had better qualifications to lead this country in all other areas, and he debated those issues better- and he didn't shy away from giving answers to tough questions like they felt mc cain did. .intersting mc cain, where was all this straight talk i've been hearing you spout so proudly?
  2. Murat's Avatar
    David: What's your view on this issue? Should this be a state decision or is it a Constitutional issue? I tilt toarwd states making their own decisions, but I'm not entirely certain.I don't like Bachmann's response. I don't see how one could be for a Constitutional Amendment, but be unwilling to override state law. A Constitutional Amendment will necessarily override state law. I don't see how you can have it both ways.
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