But it may be over for these guys as the deferred action Executive Order is just giving the far right fits:
How many such Days of Infamy like November 20, 2014, how many such liberal-endorsed disheartenings of their fellow citizens’ faith in the very basis of our society’s union, can our republic take? Well, while I meantime call upon my brothers and sisters to repent of their hatefully cavalier treatment of things I and so many Americans hold dear, the truth is no-one will know until it becomes one too many.The election of Abraham Lincoln, by definition, has to be numero uno on the list of outrages. That was "one too many" for the most hardcore of conservatives to bear. Perhaps that comparison is unfair, but the conservatives back then thought it was outrageous enough to organize a secession movement that ultimately proved disastrous.
But there have been lots of conservative set backs in America throughout the ages - the late unpleasantness at being associated with the slavery just being one of them. For example that executive order signed by President Truman desegregating the military has got to be high up on the list. More recently there have been meltdowns about same sex marriage bans being overturned by unelected unaccountable radicals in robes.
There will always be something outrageous about to happen and it doesn't even have to be real! If change is a certainty - things never stay the same but yet are always changing, there will always be a market for conservative outrage.
There is one outrage that doesn't make the list that I am puzzled about however. Presidential approval to torture people does not make it on the list of conservative outrages for some unknown reason. I can't figure out why. There must be an exception in the fine print section of the constitution - probably near the back that nobody bother reading anymore. Or perhaps its hidden in that clickwrap section on gop.com that wingers miss when they click "agree," click "agree," click 'agree" and before too long its like "whoa I agreed that torture was OK? How did that happen. Man, that Karl Rove sure is a sneaky bastard."
Anyway that one is a real mystery that probably never will be solved.
Other than that, I propose that from this day forward, November 20th be call National Reagan Day in honor of 41st president many accomplishments and noting his decision to defer deportation for folks who did not receive "amnesty" in the 1986 Immigration Bill.