Look, I will hardly object if someone honestly says that we need to reform our immigration system. The system we have now is broken, combining the worst aspects of entrenched government beaurocracy with the worst aspects of the DMV into one monstrosity of failure.
But just allowing people over the borders willy-nilly isn't the answer. You should not be allowed into this country for free just because you live next door. Amnesty is not immigration reform.
So every time I hear some dipshit on Capitol Hill crying and whining about how Eric Cantor's loss makes it impossible for "Immigration Reform" to happen, I want to throw something across the room. There is plenty of chances for Immigration Reform to happen. We the People just don't want to hear another politician explain to us why we should allow our country to be over-run with millions of free-money seeking Mexicans.
By the way, how would you like to be some guy from Slovenia or India or Ghana, who's following the rules and dealing with the INS for five to ten years, only to have some wetback swim across the Rio Grande and be told "Congratulations! You're an American now!" You really think that's fair? If so, beat yourself in the face with a brick, because you need something to knock the stupid out of you.