Mitt Romney and “Legalized” Iowan on Immigration

November 3, 2007 at 10:06 am Leave a comment

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Mitt Romney told a crowd of almost 200 in Marshalltown that “It’s a labyrinth trying to figure out how to get into this country legally.”

Mitt Romney in Marshalltown, Iowa

High school student Edgar Perez and his family successfully navigated the “labyrinth” of attaining citizenship. Perez attended the event with a class from Excel High School.

Perez has become a legal U.S. citizen after crossing the border from Mexico. His family came to the U.S. where he said they have become “legalized citizens.”

He was unconvinced of Romney’s ability to stop immigration, saying that there were too many jobs in this country for those seeking a better life.

Here are youTube versions of Mitt Romney on Immigration:

and “Jihadism”:

Entry filed under: 1, Iowa, national, visitors to Iowa, world.

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