At a campaign stop in Plainfield, Iowa Sunday, [Scott Walker] was stopped and questioned by Jose Flores, 38, who is living in the United States illegally along with four children, who are American citizens . . .
Flores asked the Wisconsin governor why he opposed President Obama’s immigration executive actions that would keep his family intact.
“We are a nation of laws,” Walker told him several times, emphasizing that the president had ample opportunity to pass immigration legislation during his first two years in office when Democrats controlled both chambers of Congress — yet he didn’t.
He also pointed out that the president’s executive actions on immigration — which Obama himself claimed he didn’t have the authority to do — have been halted in the federal court system.
“My point is that you have to follow the law, follow the process,” he told Flores. “No man or woman is above the law in this country — that’s the beauty of America.” (Read more from “Scott Walker’s Impressive Response to ‘Gotcha’ Confrontation From Immigrant Kids Is Incredible” HERE)