It's hard to imagine that someone who's been coveting the presidency for the last decade doesn't have a position on an issue as basic as immigration, but apparently that's where we find Mitt Romney.
Reporters asked Republican spokeswoman Bettina Inclan this week about Romney's stance on illegal immigration. She told them they'd have to wait.
"He's still deciding what his position on immigration is," the Republicans' director of Hispanic outreach said. "I can't talk about what his proposal is going to be."
During the primary campaign, a version of the DREAM Act that Republicans can support. The prevailing wisdom is that Romney will have to get around 40% of the Hispanic vote to win. Most polls so far show he's likely to get only about half that.