Friday, May 19, 2006

Liberal Media Discovers the Constitution

With a little bit of disappointment, I'm linking the Washington Post's story about the Senate adopting English as the nation's official language. I'm disappointed because there is no contribution from Post writer Fred Barbash, who I heard in an interview about this issue this morning.

In commenting disdainfully on the Senate action, Barbash observed (and I'm paraphrasing), that 'no Senator could show anywhere in the Constitution where it says the government can set an official language.'

Well, I don't know, Fred. Isn't it in that same clause with abortion, Social Security, Medicare, road-building, and the rest?

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