It appears Congressman Ben Quayle does not find the Obama administration's new immigration policy "something that's intriguing," as he did with the plan of Senator Marco Rubio.
So much so, it seems, that Quayle just introduced the "Prohibiting Back-door Amnesty Act of 2012" to block its implementation. snip
While speaking recently on the subject of allowing people who were brought to the United States illegally when they were young, Quayle said it was "something that's intriguing, that we should be looking at."
After the Obama administration announced its plans to implement something similar, Quayle denounced it as a "backdoor-amnesty program" from the "Propagandist-in-Chief."