Mitt Romney on Sunday declined say whether he would reverse President Obama's decision to grant immunity to some undocumented immigrants if elected president.
Pressed three times on CBS' "Face The Nation" by Bob Scheiffer, he criticized the procedural aspect of Obama's move but ducked the substance.
"This is something Congress has been working on, and I thought we were about to see some proposals brought forward by Senator Marco Rubio and by Democrat senators, but the President jumped in and said I'm going to take this action," Romney said. "... He was president for the last three and a half years and did nothing on immigration. Two years he had a Democrat House and Senate, did nothing of a permanent or long-term basis. What I would do, is I'd make sure that by coming into office, I would work with Congress to put in place a long-term solution for the children of those that have come here illegally."