Mitt Romney introduced criticism of President Obama’s record on illegal immigration into his standard campaign speech on Monday as Supra Skytop he wrapped up a swing across eastern Iowa. Romney had avoided bringing up the topic in remarks to supporters at the eight other rallies he has held since Obama announced Friday that the administration would halt deportations of Supra For Sale many young illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children. At the Davenport rally, Romney led up to the immigration attack by accusing Obama of neglecting the economy and the deficit while going to work on Obamacare, organized labor’s effort to expand its ranks and the banking overhaul known as Dodd-Frank.
“He went after all the things that he and his liberal friends had been trying to do for years,” Romney told a few hundred flag-waving supporters here at a Mississippi River waterfront bandshell rally, where his campaign was shooting TV commercials.“He was going to deal with immigration, he said, in his first year,” Romney added. “He was going to focus on Supra Shoes that. Did he do anything on immigration while he had a Democratic House and Senate?” “No,” the crowd shouted. “No,” Romney continued. “This is a president who’s said one thing and done another. And I gotta tell you, we’re going to have a very different course. Because the path he’s taken us on is the path toward Europe.”
In a Fox News interview, Romney dodged the question of Supra TK Society whether he would reverse Obama’s deportation policy, just as he did in an interview that aired Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” Romney told Fox he did not want to play political football with “those people who come here by virtue of their parents Supra Vaider bringing them here, who came in illegally." Romney’s remarks at the rally were significant, because he has otherwise focused intensely on the economy on the first four days of a small-town America tour that concludes Tuesday in Michigan.