From the September 2 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:
O'REILLY: Now, we want Kate's Law, which would say, if an aggravated felon -- someone convicted of an aggravated felony in the United States is deported and comes back, mandatory five year prison, can get more, all right, in a federal penitentiary. You support that?
RAMOS: No. Because I don't think--
O'REILLY: It's outrageous. It's outrageous.
RAMOS: --you are approaching the problem in a global way. And this is a problem. I'm not here to be defend criminals.
O'REILLY: You are. You are an enabler. Jorge, you are enabling that guy Sanchez. [CROSSTALK]
RAMOS: I think all criminals including Kate's killer should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. However, what you are proposing, Bill, you would be putting in jail a mother or a father--
O'REILLY: Oh, stop it. It clearly says aggravated felony conviction. [CROSSTALK]
RAMOS: --who are deported and might be coming back to see their children and you might be putting in jail.
O'REILLY: Jorge, you not supporting Kate's Law means that you don't care, because all your theory, and all your stuff isn't going to stop them. [CROSSTALK]
RAMOS: No, you're absolutely wrong. I care, and I care about everyone here. I just think I don't agree with your idea. You have to concentrate on enforcement, background checks, at the time you have to resolve the situation of 11 million people in this country.
O'REILLY: That's another matter, Jorge.