The main legislative supporters of the Dream Act criticized Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino’s stance on the Dream Act, and disinvited him to the coming Somos El Futuro conference this weekend.

Astorino in Albany on Tuesday said he supported a version of the Dream Fund, which would solicit private donations to provide tuition assistance to the children of undocumented workers.

The Dream Act, a bill that failed on Monday in the state Senate by two votes, would use public dollars for that goal.

Astorino was critical of Gov. Andrew Cuomo for not using enough of his clout to see the bill pass.

Lawmakers supporting the bill said the county executive is trying to have it both ways.

“Rob Astorino should stop talking out of both sides of his mouth and underestimating the intelligence of Latino New Yorkers,” said Sen. Jose Peralta in statement. “By opposing the DREAM Act, he is apparently fine with denying thousands of children, whose circumstances are no fault of their own, a fair shake at a higher education. Somos El Futuro is no place for those who support depriving future generations a future. For that reason, Rob Astorino is not invited.”

Assemblyman Francisco Moya, the Democratic sponsor of the measure in that chamber, rejected the Dream Fund proposal as unsustainable and blasted his record in Westchester when it comes to housing issues.

“Rob Astorino needs to understand that the Latino electorate is sophisticated and that he needs to do more than learn Spanish in order to speak the language of Latino voters in New York. From being sued by the federal government for endorsing segregational housing policies to blaming rising property taxes on illegal immigrants and Bronx residents moving into Westchester, and today speaking out in opposition to the DREAM Act, Rob Astorino has made perfectly clear where he stands when it comes to Latino New Yorkers. It’s all well and good to say that you support ‘voluntary contributions,’ but unless the DREAM Act has a reliable funding stream, it’s not going to be sustainable. So I say thanks, but no thanks.”