On immigration, President Barack Obama has pushed their button and instead of acting maturely and in the public's interest, Republicans are throwing a "hissy-fit." What they should do is get the House to agree on a comprehensive immigration bill, go to conference with the Senate and be willing to produce a bipartisan bill that will withstand a veto. There are many elements that could go into a bill that would get wide support in Congress and with the American people. I would suggest: comprehensive border security, a defined process for current illegal immigrants to attain citizenship, an increase in green cards for low and high-wage workers, a denial of federal assistance to anyone not in an approved legalization process and whatever else is needed to attain bipartisan support. This would be a mature approach and should be done within the next three months to make null and void Mr. Obama's executive order.