Jon Stewart Thinks Immigration 'Gang of Eight' Is More Like a 'Co-op Board'

Esther Zuckerman
The Atlantic Wire

After he soberly addressed the events in Boston, Jon Stewart turned to some "non-awful news" on last night's Daily Show: the deal on immigration reform pushed forward by the "gang of eight." But that "gang of eight," which includes Chuck Schumer and John McCain, isn't really much of a "gang."

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"I think you mean the 'co-op board' of eight," Stewart said, adding that the Senators get teardrop tattoos for apartment applications they reject.

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Anyway let Marco Rubio, the public face of the group who summarized the lengthy plan this morning, explain how this path to citizenship will work. Just one hint: It's not that easy. 

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