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  • “We can really see the difference”

    "A small business can tell how the economy is running," says Jhonny, general manager of Marte Auto Services in Orlando, Florida—one of our stops on the Romney-Ryan Economics bus tour. "We can feel it for good or for bad. And we feel secure with President Obama. We feel that we can take care of our bills."

    "A small business can tell how the economy is running," says Jhonny, general manager of Marte Auto Services in Orlando, Florida—one of our stops on the Romney-Ryan Economics bus tour. "We can feel it for good or for bad. And we feel secure with President Obama. We feel that we can take care of our bills."

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  • Americans in every single way but one

    Today, President Obama announced that the Department of Homeland Security is "taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation" from DREAM-eligible young people"—because “they are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper."

    Today, President Obama announced that the Department of Homeland Security is "taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation" from DREAM-eligible young people"—because “they are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper."

  • Americans in every single way

    Today, President Obama announced that the Department of Homeland Security is "taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation" from DREAM-eligible young people"—because “they are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper."

    Today, President Obama announced that the Department of Homeland Security is "taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation" from DREAM-eligible young people"—because “they are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper."

  • Romney decided to be the most extreme candidate on immigration

    The Republican National Committee's Hispanic outreach coordinator said this morning that Mitt Romney is "still deciding" what his position on immigration is. That's odd—we're quite sure Romney's made his position on immigration crystal clear over the past several months, proving many times over that when it comes to immigration policy, he's the most extreme candidate in memory.

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  • Romney's running from his immigration record

    Mitt Romney's trying to shake his Etch A Sketch on immigration. He's made a name for himself over the course of the Republican primary as the most extreme candidate on immigration, but his campaign said today that he never called Arizona's controversial immigration law, SB 1070, a model.

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