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Monday, April 18, 2005

Dems on the Filibuster

Look, we know that principled people can change their minds. However, they don't change their minds on the morality of a decision just because it now benefits their side.

Unless you happen to be some Democratic senators.

And a bonus:

In the March 7th, 2000 congressional record, Senator Chuck Schumer(D-NY) said:

"The basic issue of holding up judgeships is the issue before us, not the qualifications of judges, which we can always debate. The problem is it takes so long for us to debate those qualifications. It is an example of government not fulfilling its constitutional mandate because the President nominates, and we are charged with voting on the nominees.”


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