Darrius Rucker performed at the Labor Day Weekend Concert at Renaissance in Ridgeland.
Jim: So basically what we do today. We already deport the criminals that we find, so basically he just flip flopped on his whole position. I don't expect him to really clarify it much on Wednesday as most of his campaign has been about keeping people in the dark. So the big question is if someone is in the country illegally, but hasn't broken any laws and decides not to go back to their country on their own, do they get deported or not? I've heard his flip flopping that they would leave the country so that they can come back, but is there a guarantee that they will be able to come back in within a week? If not, then basically you would still have millions just staying rather than taking the chance that they leave and can't come back.