Obviously, since Democrats are in control of the Senate, they and their unhinged minions have a problem with the filibuster, something they used to great effect during the Bush years. Well, during the 4 years they didn’t control the Senate while Bush was president. Moonbats forget that part. Of course, they didn’t use it quite as much as Republicans have used it since 2007, due to Republicans reaching across the aisle to work with Democrats. Now, though
Despite expected losses this fall, Senate Democrats are not backing down on their commitment to filibuster reform.
In the wake of two failed procedural votes last week, some Democrats in the upper chamber say reform is necessary. However, obstacles remain in the form of Democratic centrists and election-year politics.
Read the whole Stop the ACLU article here.
Comment: There is a lack of real political will in the Senate currently and any attempt to change the filibuster rules would fail; but then again, in Washington pigs do fly.