There is no grand bargain worth having that Obama would ever offer. Closed door grand bargain negotiations are a mechanism to shift the blame for failure to Republicans. The House should continue to pass bills and let the Senate Democrats choke on them. In immigration as well as budgets, the key is to pass bills in the House that seem reasonable and let Harry Reid explain why they don't pass the Senate. For example, a guest worker program is a natural for Republicans. However, once such a bill gets to the Senate it will die because the SEIU and the union farm workers don't want a guest worker program to pass. The Senate would be unlikely to even consider the bill. How would Senate failure to pass a guest worker bill play with Hispanic voters? An expansion of H1B visas is another Republican natural that the Democrat's organized labor allies hate. How would the Senate failure to pass a House expanded H1B visas bill look to Asian voters?