Romney to Blame Both Parties for not "Fixing" Immigration System
Details? How about unemployment statistics instead?
Mitt Romney plans to make an appeal to Hispanic voters Monday in a speech where he is expected to distinguish himself as the better presidential candidate on economy and immigration, a topic that has brought his campaign considerable controversy.
In excerpts of this speech—to be delivered before the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 33d annual convention in Los Angeles Monday afternoon—GOP presidential nominee Romney blames President Barack Obama for the 10 percent unemployment rate among Hispanics, higher than the national average of 8 percent.