Front runner Trump is like Alice's White Queen, who sometimes believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. In his looking glass world, he would deport every illegal alien and then find an expedited return path for "the good ones." Trump also made an issue of birthright citizenship, the sticky bit of Constitutional protection granted to all people born within our borders. Characteristically, he took aim at pregnant Mexican women whom he claims cross the border just to deliver an American citizen in attempts to avoid deportation. Surprisingly, he did not go after those Mexican rapists who fathered American-born children. Scott Walker, in a rare moment of unprogrammed candor, agreed with Trump, saying the United States should "absolutely" end birthright citizenship, one more flop in a long series of the governor's flip-flops on amnesty and immigration policy. Walker later denied being a nativist. Ben Carson, another Tea Party hopeful, was quoted as saying, "it doesn't make any sense to me" that babies born in America are really American citizens. But it made very good sense to Republicans when they were the progressive Party of Lincoln.