CHRIS WALLACE: Well, leaders of both parties this week continuing to talk at each other while they fail to talk with each other. And we're back now with the panel. Relations between the two parties, I think, it's fair to say, were pretty miserable before the standoff, after this, and all of the splits we're seeing in the parties, between the parties, George, is any business get done over the next year?
GEORGE WILL: I don't see immigration getting done. It's become axiomatic that you can't get anything done in America during an election year or the year before an election year, which is all years taken together. But at the split in the Republican Party, I mean what else is new? They split in 1912 between Taft, President Taft and Teddy Roosevelt, they split in '64 between the Goldwater rights and the Rockefellers. It's a big country, and the Republicans now have what liberals are supposed to admire, which is diversity, except liberals don't want diversity in thought, and that's what the Republicans now have and it makes them rather interesting.