Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) offered his reaction shortly after President Obama's speech pushing for immigration reform Tuesday.
"No fault," he told a few reporters in the Capitol. "I thought it was upbeat."
But he did find one fault.
"There was a little at the beginning about acting as if we've been dithering all this time," Flake said. "A lot of us have been working on this issue for a long time. And a lot of what he's talking about are things that the Congress has proposed. I like how he used the words 'staple a green card to a diploma.' I've had the STAPLE Act for years -- it's nice to see it!"