Some Republicans are becoming uncomfortable with Mitt Romney’s campaign strategy of avoiding positions on tough policy issues and floating generalities about how he would lead the nation if elected in November. Here is Ana Navarro — who advised Jeb Bush and served as the national co-chair of John McCain’s Hispanic Advisory Council — speaking out against the candidate’s resistance to weighing in on the Supreme Court’s ruling against Arizona’s immigration law:
I confess, as a Republican Hispanic, trying to put positive spin on Romney immigration (non)statements, well, let’s just say it ain’t easy
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) June 25, 2012
Romney has also refused to say if he would repeal President Obama’s directive deferring deportation for DREAM-eligible young people.