By  on February 1, 2012

Coming off of a solid win in the Florida primary on Tuesday, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, along with the three remaining GOP candidates, headed to Nevada for the caucus there on Saturday. Their positions on a wide range of issues, from taxing the rich and lowering income taxes to trade with Latin America, figured prominently in the campaign talk. Here’s what they’ve been saying.


Texas Rep. Ron Paul:
“I would work with the people and encourage free trade and try to set a standard here where countries in Central America or South America or any place in the world would want to emulate us and set the standards that we have.”

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney:
“We have to have economic initiatives to build trade throughout Latin America, particularly with Colombia and Panama, now part of free trade agreements.”

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum: “For domestic political purposes, the President of the United States sided with organized labor and the environmental groups, and held Colombia hanging out to dry for three years. We cannot do that to our friends in South America.”


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