“‘No’ is not an option. I want to sign the DREAM Act into law. I’ve got the pens all ready. I’m willing to work with anybody who is serious to get this done, and to achieve bipartisan, comprehensive immigration reform that solves this challenge once and for all.” -- Barack ObamaMybe this time around, with elections coming up, a large Latino swing vote in the balance, and no Rahm Emanuel in the White House to block it, The Dream Act can pass. Rubio's sham version can't even get traction within his own party. But with Obama's attempt to go "bipartisan", there's no telling what the final watered-down version of the bill might look like.