President Obama and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney faced off in their second debate last night, but left many hoping for more concrete answers when it came to immigration.
The issue of immigration was finally touched on in last night’s debate. Both Candidate Romney and President Obama took aim at each other in this divisive issue and proposed a plan of action.
However, as Immigration Attorney Nicole Eymard tells us these plans were vague.
Obama’s deferred action program has given temporary legal standing to many young undocumented immigrants yet it hasn’t given them a pathway to citizenship like the president mentioned in last night’s debate.
As for Romney, Professor Lavariega Monforti his immigration stance isn’t as comprehensive.
As complex as the immigration issue is, Attorney Eymard says both President Obama and Mitt Romney are barely addressing its top layer.
Regardless whose side you’re on, it’s of utmost importance that you go out to the polls this coming November 6th.
Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama will face off in a third and final debate this next Monday.
Cynthia Cano, FOX 2 News.