November 22, 2013

On the practical consequences of the abolition of the filibuster rule in the Senate by Harry Reid and the Democrats…

The Republicans may as well not vote. Their votes mean nothing. The people that elected them have absolutely no representation in the Senate at all, other than their senator maybe getting to participate in hearings and ask questions of witnesses, you know, whoop-de-doo. It just means that the Senate no longer does advice and consent. It's simply consent.