Mitt has admitted the "self deportation" stance was ruse to dupe stupid white voters. Mitt Romney is a socialist who never lifted a finger to oppose criminal invasion his entire term in office.
He really stands for more immigration than Obama. See Romney says he will ‘replace and supersede’ Obama’s immigration plan, By Liz Goodwin, Yahoo! News , June 21, 2012
Romney is just another iteration of Bush, he'll Invade The World, Invite The World, and continue writing state checks to foreign socialist banks that made bad loans to illegals in America.
Romney will be a worse spender and invader than Obama, and all that profligate spending will come with more wars, most likely nuclear, biological and chemical, and oh yes, we'll have to become an even bigger police state than we are now. As you get more and more hostiles at higher densities you automatically lose individual rights as well as have a lower living standard.
And with the addition of multiple new unfunded massive entitlement programs (Oromneycare and the rainbow of Bush programs expanded on by Obama: First5, Faith based bribery, Free drugs for seniors, Head Start, et cetera, et cetera.) Americans can expect massive new income, wealth, sales, VAT and carbon taxes. Regardless of what Mitt's lips say, his actions have expenses, huge ongoing long term permanent expenses.
Mitt Romney will make the Bush economic and cultural disaster look like a tropical storm compared to Hurricane Katrina.
Everything that Mitt Romney said in his speech to Latino "Elected and Appointed Officials" will crater the wages of Americans, drive up housing and medical care costs, drive up taxes, increase crime and generally make America a whole lot more gridlocked, (the water food, and energy issues are another letter).
There's also the environmental, cultural and political implications to adopting a long term mass immigration policy directly contrary to the Constitution: alien socialist invaders tend to elect alien socialist reps who will welcome more alien socialists—and more taxes on Americans.
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