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April 14, 2005

Hewitt on Ending the Filibuster « Politics As Usual »
Outside of the war on terrorism, there are few issues that the base of the Republican party deem more significant than the selection and confirmation of judges. It is far more important than tax cutting, far more important than energy policy, far more important than curbing trial lawyers--because the courts ultimately play decisive roles in all of these areas, and more.

The postponements of the confrontation are already having a terrible effect on the Republican base. It is time for Senate Republicans to lead, or to stop pretending to.


Posted by Nathan at 10:55 AM | Comments (1)

I finally blogged about it yesterday, I have not seen Hugh so fired up as this...and I am glad. NO COMPROMISE HERE. This is unfair!

Posted by: Mr Bob at April 14, 2005 03:50 PM
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