No there's nothing magical about draft bills, but the fact remains he was speaking in the future tense and about things he is proposing. There's nothing to say he was speaking of what the senate was working on. Again how is his statement about his proposals not insuring illegal aliens false? How many illegal aliens have been insured by his proposals?
There are also those who claim that our reform efforts would (time y future tense) insure illegal immigrants. This, too, is false.
If you're arguing that would insure illegal immigrants is time x then you would have proof that illegal immigrants have been insured by his proposals. Which you can't prove. So again he was speaking about something in the future and not the present. Which makes your question moot as you don't seem to understand the structure of his statement
If he was speaking about the present in the case of the bill he would be saying insures. So again you're arguing that he is lying about something that hasn't happened yet. You can keep going pretending like somehow your argument makes any lick of sense but the reality of the situation is you're arguing about something that hasn't happened.
Its rather disingenuous of you
Lost in all this is that Wilson was 100 percent factually accurate.
And I don't recall the respect Dems gave Bush during his speeches. Seems like it was OK then.
This is what happens when we elect an incompetent fool as president whom virtually no one respects.
Dems may have booed the president which wasn't against house rules but republicans also booed Obama before Wilson's violation of house rules.
Yes that is exactly what happens when you elected Bush president no one respected the incompetent fool