Is Mitt Romney really as anti-immigrant as he sounds?

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Fred Barnes suggests Mitt Romney “would be wise to move away from his harsh position” on immigration in the primaries because he “can’t afford to lose the Hispanic vote as decisively as John McCain — who won just 31% of it — did in 2008.”

“According to a Romney adviser, his private view of immigration isn’t as anti-immigrant as he often sounded.”

E.J. Dionne: “How many other ‘private’ positions does Romney hold that we don’t know about?”

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