Mitt Romney has had the toughest time throughout the primary trying to maintain a broad appeal, yet the message from Arizona was that he could indeed be all things to all people. This was an important boost for his sluggish campaign as he goes into Super Tuesday, and if Arizona’s schizophrenic challenge was any indicator, this primary is all but over.
“For Romney to win Arizona pretty much solidifies his anti-immigration stance,” he said. “If you can convince Arizona that you’re anti-immigrant, I don’t know what other argument you need.”
“English-only laws are about what they have always been about — power.”
“If you did the same thing in California there would be more than one Asian guy,” he says. “As a Latino I’m not offended by this at all. I appreciate how people understand how inclusive of a term Latino is. I actually think it’s a good thing.
The bigger message here is the utter lack of inspiration Romney is giving the GOP,” Nuño says. “This was a major hurdle for John McCain in 2008, which ultimately cost him the election. If GOP registered voters cannot at least match Democrat voters in 2012, President Obama will likely get a second term in office.