A Louisiana Reader Says That Romney Could Have Stopped The Obamnesty By Promising To Repeal It—Illegals Would Be Afraid To Come Forward
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Re: James Fulford's Romney May Have Lost The Election By Rolling Over For Obama's Illegal Amnesty

From: An Anonymous Louisiana Reader [Email him]

Here's a thought experiment—imagine if Romney hadn't blown his best opportunity to win the election, i.e., he had denounced Obamnesty as unconstitutional and unwise. The lawyers are telling the illegals to wait sixty days to come forward. They (naively) fear coming forward prematurely could start deportation proceedings. [Immigration officials unprepared with rules for policy, By Jason Buch, MySanAntonio.com, June 18, 2012]

Let's see. 60 days. And we're talking about the federal government. We'd be in late August, perhaps early September.

Now imagine if Romney had done the right thing and said if elected he'd repeal what Allen West called Obama's "verbal edict." And that his numbers rose, and by late August or early September he was even or ahead of Obama. What would the attorneys then be recommending? Would the Obama Regime go through with it?

Even if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down as unconstitutional the centerpiece of the Obama Regime's first term? Thankfully, in this country a guy can still DREAM.

“Louisiana Reader” visits the Rio Grande area two or three times a year. See previous letters from him here.

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