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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Jim Schick
Mr. Schick said the immigration issue could be neutralized for Republicans if Mr. Romney taps Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a Cuban-American conservative, as a running mate and embraces an immigration policy that aims to ensure illegal immigrants are paying taxes and working to become legal citizens, while deporting criminal illegal immigrants.
"It is inhumane to think that you are going to send those people back," Mr. Schick said, alluding to young adults. "They are in our schools. They are pledging allegiance to the flag, just like everybody else."