Would comprehensive immigration reform be a priority in a second Obama term?
An interview with the president on Univision Radio last week seems to suggest so.
Asked about his failure to work with Congress on immigration, President Obama sounded optimistic about the future of comprehensive reform and also his re-election.
"My presidency is not over," he told Univision. "I've got another five years coming up. We're going to get this done."
He also criticized the Republican presidential candidates, Mitt Romney in particular, for their opposition to just about anything to do with the immigration problem.
"So far we haven't seen any of the Republican candidates even support immigration reform," Obama said. "In fact, their leading candidate said he would veto even the Dream Act, much less comprehensive immigration reform."