July 9, 2008 | National Review Online

Surveillance Reform Has Passed the Senate

The AP report is here.  The bill, typically described by leading Democrats as a cave-in to Bush’s shredding of the Constitution, passed by more than a 2-1 margin (69-28) in a Democrat controlled Senate, after an earlier iteration, materially the same, passed by a 3-1 margin (13-4) in the Democrat dominated Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

Obama was against it before he was for it, but was for filibustering it before he was against filibustering it. 

The President will sign an English-only version into law, probably tomorrow.