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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."

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

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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