STEVE HAYES, WEEKLY STANDARD: This is the president as his most disingenuous. First he said he was willing to work the Republicans on it. Then he said when he announces executive action, not if, but when he announces executive action Republicans aren't going to like it. And then he finally says that Congress should just pass something that can override his executive action. And then the executive action stops, which at best, giving him the benefit of the doubt, constitutional confusion. The framers are turning over in their graves right now when you think the president is going to lead on this and then Congress can maybe if they like pass something that he might sign, if he feels like it, later. That's not how the system is supposed to work.