No Real Differences Between Presidential Candidates on ImmigrationPublished: Oct 1, 2012 9:00 am By: David Beir
"Although they have a stated difference on legalizing other undocumented aliens, the practical difference is nonexistent. Consider that the president blames his failure to submit an immigration bill in his first term on Republicans "walking away," but in 2009 and 2010, Democrats had large majorities in both houses of Congress, so GOP support was not necessary. The president seems to indicate that even if GOP support is not needed after the election, he will again decline to push for a legalization bill. In other words, at the practical, rather than the rhetorical, level, the two candidates are virtually indistinguishable."
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