Agree with you, Jack. The thing about Romney is that he can't seem to take a stand on any issue. There's a fog that surrounds him most of the time creating a curtain of uncertainty about almost everything about what he intends to do. I'm amazed that Americans aren't DEMANDING more specificity from him. How can you vote for any candidate that refuses to answer any of the most signficant questions on the minds of voters? What tax credits will he limit? How will he reform immigration? Where will he get the necessary revenues to offset his "desired" tax reductions? Why isn't he "worried about the poor" if he talks about cuts in discretionary spending and how DEEP does he anticipate those cuts going, particular in light of his desire to increase defense spending?<quoted text>
I'm not in the business of defending Mitt Romney these days, but I think some of you are reading this wrong.
Only time will tell, but I think before long we will see Romney endorse some sort of plan that allows this same group of young people to stay in the country legally.
You don't have to agree with me. Just remember I told you it was coming.
I thought he was vague and didn't answer the questions during the debates (as you know), and I think he has remained just as vague all the way up to this moment in time. No wonder his supporters are at a loss when you ask them what he's going to do to improve their lives. I can't figure out why we'd jump out of one situation and into the unknown but that seems to fall back to old policies and plans that didn't work the first or second times around. They never worked once globalization took off.