Comment: Good Riddance
We are delighted that Romney has dropped out of the Presidential race. The way he used anti-immigration rhetoric in a politically calculated way was simply disgusting. Chuck Todd said on NBC
"I think some of the interest in the race was personal. Yes, some driven by - look, Jeb has had problems with Romney going back to '07 Romney was Jeb's candidate in early '07, and Romney flipped on immigration and Jeb never forgave him. He thought the way he used immigration as a wedge against McCain, he never forgave him. He wouldn't be shy about criticizing Romney. He thought he is pandering too much. And that continued through 2012. And that's really what drove Jeb away from Romney, it is the way Romney ran against immigration reform."
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In most cases, when an employer is interested in hiring a foreign national to work in the United States on a permanent basis, a permanent labor certification from the Department of Labor (DOL) is necessary. When required, the DOL must certify to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that (a) there are insufficient U.S. workers able, willing, qualified and available to accept the job opportunity in the area of intended employment and (b) employment of the foreign worker will not negatively affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers.
Little is known, however, about the reasons that inform the