In a sane world, you would think that legislation supported by large majorities of the American people would breeze through the House of Representatives — especially since most House members are in favor of the bills at issue.
But, of course, ours is not a sane world, as we see HERE:
By an overwhelming 2-1 margin, the U.S. Senate today passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act outlawing workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Fifty-four Democrats were joined by 10 Republicans — none of them from the South — in support of the historic legislation.
The bill now goes ...