What would Congress look like without the gridlock?
Daily Show correspondent Al Madrigal's answer: Arizona.
Last week Madrigal traveled back to the state known for trying to wrench control over immigration enforcement from the federal government -- a "magical land of no gridlock." With Republican super-majorities in both houses and staunchly conservative Jan Brewer as governor, Arizona can freely pass laws without worrying about Democratic opposition, Madrigal reports.
That gave the state the power to do things like designate the Colt .45 as the state's official gun -- not to mention passing the state crackdown on illegal immigration, SB 1070.
If you didn't catch Madrigal's earlier visit to Arizona, where he reported on the banning of Tucson's Mexican American Studies program, check it out below.