Have the president drive in the golden fence post at promontory Point II and sign the amnesty right there.
promontory is something else, former regulators who help banks comply with—and predict— what their regulators do.
1540s, from Middle French promontoire (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin promontorium, altered (by influence of Latin mons "mount, hill") from Latin promunturium "mountain ridge, headland," probably related to prominere "jut out" (see prominent).
promontory prom·on·to·ry (prŏm'ən-tôr'ē)
A projecting part.