Friday, July 01, 2005
It's funny that the swimmer actually thinks that filibustering a judicial nominee protects our "rights and freedoms." Wouldn't you think that being able to have the duly-elected President have a nominee confirmed by the duly-elected Senate represents our freedoms better than having Ted Kennedy stumble through a harangue on the Senate floor for 16 hours just to avoid an up-or-down vote on the judge?
Maybe the gentleman Senator should think more about getting his party elected to a majority (which would take 6 seats) rather than downing 6 drinks and talking incessantly on the Senate floor, which is already a boring-enough place as it is.
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