The Democrats have insisted on including a hate-crimes provision in a defense authorization bill. This is one of the worst examples of Congress trying to engineer legislation, not to make it conducive to accomplishing something good, but to try to embarrass the President. Either he signs it and puts into law something he feels is a bad provision (I might actually favor it, but it still doesn't have anything to do with defense funding, and many of the President's allies certainly don't) or he vetoes it and risks not having the military properly funded.
This is the sort of political behavior that gives politics a bad name.
Well, Do You Think About Things That You Do Think About? - Something is a recent blog post by Rod Dreher reminded me of a scene from a play.
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