"Not only do they need to fix things for people already here, or find some way to do it, there's got to be a larger way to fix the system in the first place," he said. "Because if it wasn't so cumbersome, if there wasn't such a long wait, if it wasn't so difficult to get in, we wouldn't have the other problems that we have (with people living here illegally)," he said.Hat tip to David Codrea for bring Walker's immigration stance to my attention. Codrea has more on Walker and what his immigration position might mean for the Second Amendment at Examiner.com.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Lest ye be tempted
Before falling in love with the idea of a Scott Walker presidential bid, be sure to study up on the Wisconsin governor's immigration position.