LAS VEGAS -- Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul outlined his views on immigration Wednesday, saying he favors a compassionate policy that doesn't rely on "barbed-wire fences and guns on our border."Paul spoke to several dozen people organized by Hispanics in Politics, Nevada's oldest Hispanic community group. The Texas congressman has scheduled several days of campaigning in Nevada before the state's caucuses Saturday.Paul went into much greater detail on immigration policy than he has at most of his campaign stops.But in Nevada, which is 26 percent Hispanic, Paul outlined an immigration policy far outside the Republican mainstream.Paul blasted politicians who blame immigrants for causing the country's economic problems. He compared the situation to Nazi Germany's targeting of Jews in the 1930s."When things go badly, individuals look for scapegoats," Paul said. Paul said he doesn't support illegal immigration and said people who break the law should be punished. But he said he opposes any effort to round people up and ship them away."If an individual is found to be breaking the law, serious consideration should be given for them to return."But I would think 99 percent of people who come here come because they believe in the American dream," Paul said to applause.