In essence, nothing has really changed. Romney is likely friendly to state level enforcement efforts, and will be more vigorous in dealing with illegal immigration via things like E-verify and turning off the magnets so as to encourage self-deportation, but he's probably not good for 'Operation Wetback II'.
He probably has decided that this is the most that 'nice white ladies' will bear. Sometimes I loathe our political discourse.... Beck's article on the NumbersUSA site breaks down the transcript line by line. It's worth the read.
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One of the least-talked-about aspects of Ol' Barry Hussein's tenure as the First Affirmative Action President: He granted amnesty by decree to quite a few young illegals.
How did he get away with that?
The answer is simple.
Is a judge going to say he can't do that?
Is Congress going to impeach him and remove him?
If the answer to both of those is no, obviously he can get away with that.
I wonder which Congresspersons would vote to impeach Obama in such a case. Probably these guys, maybe some portion of the Tea Party.
The Clinton experience tends to make the Republicans very gun-shy on impeachment. Few are ready yet for the functional definition of an impeachable offense (whatever you can get the requisite supermajorities to say it is).
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