Saturday, April 30, 2005

Obvious question

The Democrats should ask the obvious question about the Filibuster and Bush's nominations:

Why can't Bush (you know, the uniter) simply nominate someone who can get 60 votes?

I mean, there are hundreds of qualified candidates who would receive BIPARTISAN support.

And Bush CLAIMS to want bipartisanship.

Ok - so all he has to do is nominate people who can get five stinking Democratic votes. Simple. Five. That's not a lot.

If someone who is destined for a LIFETIME APPOINTMENT can't even get five Democratic Senators to vote for him, then he IS an extremist, and SHOULDN'T be given a lifetime appointment.

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