Comment: Bush On Immigration - George P. Bush, nephew of George W. Bush, chided Mitt Romney and the Republican party's failure to develop an appropriate, thorough, and consistent platform on immigration. Not a politician himself, Bush is the son of son of former Florida governor Jeb Bush and his mother is Mexican-born; he is currently also a co-chairmen of MavPac, a political action committee to help younger political candidates and to increase activism among younger voters. Bush noted that the Deferred Action announcement is likely to give Obama a boost, despite his refusal to act on immigration on the grand scale he promised on the campaign trail. With respect to immigration, perhaps Bush said it best himself stating "[t]his is such a complicated question, it's not going to be solved by one party alone." To read the full comments, continue here. Will this help Obama in the way Bush suggests? Is there anything the Republican party can or should do to close the growing gap they face on this issue? Share your thoughts with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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