We were wondering when Mr. Severe Conservative would have his frist etch a sketch this campaign. The answer is student loan debt. He now agrees with the President on not allowing student loan rates to double in the Summer after declaring back in February in answer to a female college student that he'd "love to hand out free stuff but we can't do that."
Now he agrees with President Obama. This puts him on the other side to the Congressional GOP. It will be interesting to see how he tries to moonwalk away from his primary season. How can he pretend that there is any daylight between him and the House GOP after being joined at the hip during the Wisconsin caucus?
UPDATE: Evidently the Congressional GOP has now come around to Obama's view now as well. They are no longer pushing for the higher rates.
He thinks he can eat into his 70-14 deficit among Latino voters how exactly? He has actually argued for "self-deportation" and said the draconian Papers Please! Arizona law is "marvelous" and "a model for the nation."
How's he going to get away from this? The only hope he has is to bet on the short memory and gullibility of the American people. I think he'll lose the bet and it won't be close.