Reid, Dems Seek to Reinvent Reality

Check out the latest on the tantrum known as the Judicial Filibuster. If we’re going to be pricks about it, the Constitution doesn’t have a provision for a filibuster, Ole Dirty McGuirk.

By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said Thursday that
President Bush and Republican senators are trying to “rewrite the Constitution and reinvent reality” in their push to confirm controversial judicial nominees.

Is that what Democrats call changing precident, Ole Dirty One?

“The Senate is not a rubber stamp for the executive branch,” Reid said. “Rather, we’re the one institution where the minority has a voice and the ability to check the power of the majority. Today, in the face of President Bush’s power grab, that’s more important than ever.”

Ever heard of Majority rules in Robert’s Rules of Order, Ole Dimwitted One?

Republicans are threatening to eliminate the Democrats’ ability to use filibusters to block Bush’s judicial picks, beginning with federal appeals court nominee Priscilla Owen.

You’ve got that right. Considering that you are the first Senate leader to obstruct the will of the People in the Senate’s two hundred plus history, You Immenience!

Reid says that the Constitution does not require that judicial nominees get confirmation votes, allowing the minority to block them. Bush and other Republicans who argue otherwise “rewrite the Constitution and reinvent reality,” he said.

The Constitution doesn’t say a lot of things. But implicit in it is fairness to the individual. What you are trying to do is only fair in a Democratic Socialistic state, Your highness!

Here’s the whole story from this Democratic sycophant!


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