Since Barack Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s speeches on immigration reform, Virgil Goode, presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, has weighed in on this controversial issue.
Former Congressman Virgil Goode told reporters this morning in Roanoke he plans to put a stop to granting citizenship to all immigrants.
And he says President Obama‘s recent decision to allow illegal people citizenship should be reversed.
“It’s the wrong course for the United States. We need to be focusing on our economy here at home and the impact to the taxpayers is enormous,” Goode said.
Read the rest at WDBJ7: Former congressman urges reversal of president’s immigration ruling
The Roanoke Times also reported on Virgil Goode’s press conference.
Goode said Romney “essentially gave no response” when it comes to the issue. Goode also criticized President Barack Obama’s new immigration policy, which would allow some younger illegal immigrants to stay in the country.
“Unlike Romney if I was elected president I would immediately rescind the direction of President Obama,” Goode said.
Read the rest at The Roanoke Times: Goode calls for stronger immigration stance from Romney
Virgil was also interviewed by BTW21 News. The video is below.
Finally, Virgil was interviewed on Star News. The video is below.
Virgil Goode is a former Congressman from Virginia representing the 5th district. He is one of the only members of congress who has served as a Democrat, Independent, and Republican. He is running as the Constitution Party’s nominee for President.