Bureaucrats Gone Wild
The Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, more than six months ago floated the brilliant idea of naming a ship after César Chávez.
According to PBS, starting in 1946 César Chávez served in the Navy for two years, which he described as “the worst two years of my life.”
Perhaps Secretary Mabus should first consider some more deserving candidates, to wit:
Oops, strike the last one; it’s already been done.