Yeah, it was the main example of disability legislation always being bipartisan before recently. In a bit of irony, we still have not ratified the CRPD (the international version of the ADA basically), despite our ratification package being so watered down it would be meaningless, making us one of the last countries that have not done so. That is always an awkward one to explain to disability rights activists from other countries, where it usually has sailed right through their legislatures unanimously. Oh, a bit of trivia, if you see a cowboy hat being carried at a disability rights thing that is probably the hat from the person who was at the desk when Bush41 signed the ADA (look at the pics) and who has since died.He such a weird mixed bag. He's the president who passed the Americans with Disabilities Act (and he didn't just sign it, his admin actually did work on it), signed another very pro-immigration act, and created a program for paying monetary damages to people who got cancer due to atmospheric nuclear tests back in the 60's. I had to double-check all of those things before making this post because to someone my age the idea of a Republican being caught dead even speaking positively about initiatives like that, let alone actively supporting them, let alone a Republican president signing them, is just so way the heck out in some kind of (censored)-up Twilight Zone wacky-land that if I didn't already know it was true, and somebody came up to me and told me a Republican president passed the ADA I would instinctively slap them.
Between climbing in the coffin and delivering a speech about how great he is ... I'm betting on the speech but not ruling out the coffin stunt.I immediately start wondering what he will do to do to make sure it’s all about him. Maybe climb inside the coffin? Give a speech about how great he is?
Something will probably happen. A lot of things are looking like Mueller might do something soon. If he does donnie will be screaming to everyone about it. If he does not donnie will be worrying constantly why not.Or just wanders around aimlessly, in a daze, like he did at G20. Since no, he will not be permitted to give a eulogy.