If you can't figure out whether Rudy is pro-immigration or not, join the club. Historically, he's been great. But as John McCain admitted this week (and Sam Brownback learned the hard way), a very vocal xenophobic wing of the GOP doesn't take to kindly to anything short of the "execute, then deport" approach of Tom Tancredo.

Rudy has run to the fence over the past few months, though every once in a while he lets his guard down and says something that hints that there's still a brain and a heart somewhere in there.

Still, today's news that Guiliana has appointed two pretty extremist anti-immigrant politicians to an advisory board he's put together on immigration leaves one wondering. Nevertheless, he has not passed the Center for Immigration Studies acceptability test which means they suspect he's still at least 1% pro-immigration. So one can hold out some hope.