Here's my running list.

The House GOP immigration document was generally well-received by the pro-immigration and pro-immigrant organizations and politicians. AILA, America's Voice, the National Immigration Forum and a number of other groups issued upbeat press releases.

Anti-immigration groups and politicians didn't surprise and many issued denunciations.

And then there was the AFL-CIO which slammed the GOP document claiming that it was "flimsy" document that didn't help immigrants because it didn't spell out a special path to citizenship. But I can tell you that the AFL-CIO's biggest problem with immigration reform is opposition to guest workers. They would love for the bill to fail rather than be defeated on that issue. They just don't want Latinos to know that's their real agenda.