He may prefer a different one, but history and action rather than rhetoric shows he's absolutely fine with backing and signing reform that looks like what the Republicans want.
Would go directly against a statement he made prior to running for office where he stated we must secure the border first. If he wants to push for it AFTER we secure the border, I've got significantly less issue with it, specifically since 1) it'd get watered down significantly by a republican congress and 2) he's not for outright amnesty, ala Ronald Reagan, but a path of citizenship which is a slightly more laborious and punishment inclusive process.push amnesty for illegals
Its a negative on his account, but again not something I'm very worried about in reality.
This I do think is the only likely one out of the lot, and I dislike it. That said, I'd trust him only to sign it if he had good reason to believe it'd have a negligable impact on business or that they'd put other polices in place to negate the negative impact on busines to an extent. I also would happily take that and live with it if most of the other things I suggested occured, especially considering most of the people in the race currently who wouldn't do this are people who I think would have a much lower chance of defeating Obama imho.and sign on to the next Kyoto.