Giving the Game Away


In the past Democrats have denied that filibustering judicial nominees was about requiring a super majority for confirmation. Today, Harry Reid admits that is exactly what they are doing.

This fight is not about seven radical nominees; it’s about clearing the way for a Supreme Court nominee who only needs 51 votes, instead of 60 votes.

At least he finally admitted it.

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Erick Erickson
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