Sack Dance, June 2007
Four years ago this week, the Comprehensive Black Death Act—a.k.a. Comprehensive Immigration Reform, a.k.a. Senate bill 1348—was killed as a result of its second failure to win cloture in the U.S. Senate. This writer strode with undisguised Schadenfreude over the prone bodies of the defeated, demoralized enemies of our country who had thought that their victory was assured.
On the same day, President Bush became ill immediately after his beloved bill to destroy America was defeated.
The first linked piece also reminds us that Bush’s Homeland Security Secretary, Michael Chertoff, had prohibited the use of the word “Islamic” in connection with Islamic terrorists. So that practice didn’t start with Obama and Napolitano.