DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano told NBC News that there was no immediate danger of applicants' being targeted for deportation, saying the order would be binding for the next two years regardless of who is president. [B]That means Romney, if elected in November, could overturn it as early as 2014, however.
Rep. Charles Gonzalez, D-Texas, chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, praised Obama on Friday for "taking action to avoid further injustices against young people."
But "a legislative remedy is still needed," he said.
Hadn't heard about the bolded. Gotta say, pretty well played Obama. This locks up the Latino vote. But in truth, Romney was getting very little of it anyway. And LOL at the esteemed D from Texas, of course it's not enough. Just a coincidence that his last name is Gonzalez, I'm quite sure.