I have that problem with corn tortillas. So I use toothpicks to keep them wrapped if I'm using corn but most of the time I just use flour and never have a problem with them staying wrapped.
But you don't have to wrap.
Get a bag of corn tortillas. You'll need beans (a can of refried or a can of pinto or a can of black beans). Grated cheese of choice. A small (six ounce can) of diced peppers. Some salsa and some sour cream. Cumin.
If you're using refried beans, you're ready to start. If you're using black beans or pinto, I would warm them in a skillet, add cumin, and stir. In addition to cumin, you can add some drops of hot sauce if you'd like. I like to add a half can (small can, 6 ounces) of black olives.
Line a casserole dish with corn tortillas. Add a layer of beans, followed by a layer of cheese, a layer of corn tortilla a layer of beans a layer of cheese, a layer of corn tortillas. Cover dish (with glass cover or with foil) and pop into a 350 degree oven for 35 minutes. Remove from oven. Take off cover or foil. Sprinkle grated cheese on top. If you used a half can of black olives, you can now add the other half. Just put them on top of the cheese and pop the dish back in the oven (uncovered this time) and cook for 5 to 7 more minutes.
You've basically cooked this like lasanga. You'll cut into squares (or if you're a geometry whiz, get creative) and serve. You can top with sour cream if you'd like, or salsa. Or both. If I top with both, I add salsa to the enchilada square and then, on top of that sour cream.
If you'd like to add chicken, you can cook some chicken strips or cubes (or buy some already cooked strips in a package where they keep the ham, etc. in the grocery store) and add then to the dish. You'd do it: Tortilla, bean, chicken, cheese, tortilla, bean, chicken, cheese, tortilla.
POLITICO notes a poll on the Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown race. Now Brown's supposedly up by 9 points. I think he's leading but I don't know that it's by nine points. I think that unless Elizabeth Warren can quickly connect with voters, the election's over. She is not connecting. As I've stated before, she really doesn't appear to be one of us.
I will most likely vote for Brown. He's done a better than okay job and Warren is frightening in her inability to relate. She can give a great speech about pie in the sky. But she can't connect with the people. And she's going to represent us?
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Friday: