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  • N.M. Gov. Susana Martinez criticizes Romney’s ‘self-deportation’ idea and changes to amnesty supporter

    ALIPAC NOTE: call Governor Susana Martinez (505-476-2200) to voice you are disappointed with her support for Comprehensive Amnesty for illegal aliens and her opposition to Romney's "self deportation" plans for illegal aliens that ALIPAC supports.

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    Mitt Romney was already facing a hard time within his party when it comes to his stance on illegal immigration.

    Now, the presumptive GOP nominee faces criticism on the issue from a potential running mate, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R).

    Posted by Felicia Sonmez 05/14/2012
    The Washington Post

    In an interview with Newsweek’s Andrew Romano, Martinez takes aim at “self-deportation,” an idea promoted by Romney during the GOP primary and one at the heart of Arizona’s controversial S.B. 1070 anti-illegal immigration law.

    As we sit down at a local Starbucks, I ask about immigration. It’s a topic she has been reluctant to discuss since winning the Republican primary in 2010, so what comes next is surprising: a battle plan that contradicts nearly everything the GOP has been doing and saying since 2007, Romney’s “self-deportation” strategy included. “‘Self-deport?’ What the heck does that mean?” Martinez snaps. “I have no doubt Hispanics have been alienated during this campaign. But now there’s an opportunity for Gov. Romney to have a sincere conversation about what we can do and why.”

    Martinez also suggests that the GOP propose its own comprehensive immigration reform measure in an effort to draw a contrast with the Obama administration’s lack of progress on the issue:

    Naturally, Martinez has some suggestions. First, Republicans should remind Latinos that Obama pledged to pass comprehensive immigration reform by the end of his initial year in office, but “didn’t even have the courage to try.” Next, the GOP should outflank the president — on the left — by proposing its own comprehensive plan. “I absolutely advocate for comprehensive immigration reform,” Martinez says, sipping a caramel macchiato. “Republicans want to be tough and say, ‘Illegals, you’re gone.’ But the answer is a lot more complex than that.” Martinez envisions an approach “with multiple levels”: increased border security; deportation for criminals; a guest-worker program for people who want “to go freely back and forth across the border to work”; a DREAM Act-style pathway to citizenship, through the military or college, for children brought here illegally by their parents; and a visa (coupled with a “penalty” or a “tagback”) that allows the rest of the illegal population to remain in the U.S. while they follow standard naturalization procedures.

    Romano notes that Martinez “also opposes a standalone DREAM Act, arguing that politicians can’t fix [immigration] by saying, ‘Here’s the DREAM Act and we’re done. It has to be part of a larger plan.’ ”

    That last point would put Martinez at odds with another potential VP candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who is working on his own scaled-back version of the DREAM Act and who argues that the issue of undocumented people who were brought to the United States as children is a “humanitarian” one.

    A Romney spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Martinez’s remarks.

    The interview highlights the difficulty for Romney of working to woo Latino voters while being ever mindful of a GOP base for which a hard-line stance on illegal immigration is of paramount importance.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: N.M. Gov. Susana Martinez criticizes Romney’s ‘self-deportation’ idea started by Jean View original post
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. misterbill's Avatar
      misterbill -
      A snake in the GOP closet. A planted spy, in my opinion. Played as a Republican, but first and foremost is a HISPANIC. Not and American--a Hispanic who happen to be an American citizen but whose loyalty is to her ethnicity.

      This is killing America.
    1. SusanL58's Avatar
      SusanL58 -
      Quote Originally Posted by misterbill View Post
      A snake in the GOP closet. A planted spy, in my opinion. Played as a Republican, but first and foremost is a HISPANIC. Not and American--a Hispanic who happen to be an American citizen but whose loyalty is to her ethnicity.

      This is killing America.
      I agree what is it with her, no loyalty to the country just as you point out only to her ethnicity. Maybe we should be careful about voting Hispanics into office. Is this how they will repay our support by allowing the illegal alien invasion to go unchecked?
    1. SusanL58's Avatar
      SusanL58 -
      Completely agree with misterbill loyalty to her ethnicity before the country. Why does she think that illegals invading our country, taking jobs from American and legal immigrants is a good thing? Wake up America be careful when voting Hispanics into office.
    1. Jhip's Avatar
      Jhip -
      The plan was to vote Hispanics in Office to betray Americans back in 1990's & 1999 the videos was all on the internet from the La Raza group telling all Hispanics to make many babies and to take back what was stolen from them they also said we are Doctors we are Professors we are in the Welfare System American getting old tried not making babies when I heard this video I save it on my Company sent to CBS ABC and CNN, Fox Cable News channel they ignored the video the FBI got a hold of the video I guest Lou Dobbs did his best to expose what was going on he got boot off CNN the rest is History the video also gave me a Virus...
    1. Jhip's Avatar
      Jhip -
      Quote Originally Posted by misterbill View Post
      A snake in the GOP closet. A planted spy, in my opinion. Played as a Republican, but first and foremost is a HISPANIC. Not and American--a Hispanic who happen to be an American citizen but whose loyalty is to her ethnicity.

      This is killing America.
      Hispanics Had A Sneaking Plan:
      The plan was to vote Hispanics in Office to betray Americans back in 1990's & 1999 the videos was all on the internet from the La Raza group telling all Hispanics to make many babies and to take back what was stolen from them they also said we are Doctors we are Professors we are in the Welfare System American getting old tried not making babies when I heard this video I save it on my Company sent to CBS ABC and CNN, Fox Cable News channel they ignored the video the FBI got a hold of the video I guest Lou Dobbs did his best to expose what was going on he got boot off CNN the rest is History the video also gave me a Virus...