"Another rule which I think is absolutely crazy is when Congress is apportioned following a new [census], non-citizens, including illegals, are part of that town. Now I don't think the founders established Congress to represent non-citizens. ... I think that's just crazy as well." — Sen. David Vitter on CNN, talking about immigration, in the wake of President Barack Obama's executive order that will allow more than 4 million undocumented immigrants who take certain steps (including paying taxes) to remain in the U.S. without fear of deportation. Vitter also supports repeal of "birthright citizenship" — the policy that states any child born in the United States is automatically a U.S. citizen.