From the January 29 edition of Fox News' The Five:
ERIC BOLLING (CO-HOST): The amnesty issue is the dividing issue. It's the issue that some would say, many people would believe what separates the real firm conservatives from the ones who are less conservative. The squishy, whatever you want to call it. Rubio said RINO or whatever. Is there a path to amnesty? If there's a path to amnesty, you're likely not going to be considered a true conservative. It's off the table for the ones who say, I'm too conservative. There's no path to amnesty. We'll secure the border. We'll figure out what we're going to do with the 12 million who are here already. But how they get back, or do they get to the back of the line, do they get to stay? But the amnesty part of being able to stay, being a citizen or being a vote even further down the road. It's what separate -- the wedge issue. And I think although Rubio did score with a punch on there. If you take where they stand, that still is the difference between the two of them.