The Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has raised some eyebrows once again.
When asked if President Obama's Kenyan uncle, Onyango Obama, should be deported, he responded saying:
"Well, if the laws of the United States say he should be deported, and I presume they do, then of course we should follow those laws... the answer is yes."
President Obama's uncle, 67, was arrested for driving under the influence and driving to endanger in Framingham, MA, back in August.
Police pulled him over after he nearly smashed his Mitsubishi 4x4 into a patrol car. Police also reported that Onyango insisted he be let go and said that he'll "Just call the White House."
As for Mitt, we are still waiting on a specific proposal of immigration policy other than what "the laws of the United States," as he puts it, already has.
If Mitt is looking to be elected President he ought to realize Americans have real issues and immigration is one of them.
He needs to offer us a clear policy proposal other other than what he thinks of Obama's uncle.
Above: Mugshot of President Obama's Uncle, Onyango Obama.