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    Wednesday, April 27, 2005


    Today, on NPR's Talk of the Nation, John Cornyn (R-Texas) talked about the filibuster. Needless to say, he was fried, even by a member of his own party. Sen. Cornyn made the demolition of the filibuster seem like the best thing for the nation. It seemed like what he was telling us is that we should all let the one-party system take care of everything. We won't even need to think! Just sit back and let one party take control. Screw checks and balances! Screw the constitution! They're Republicans! They don't need democracy!

    Sunday, April 24, 2005

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    How low will the Republicans go to get their dirty deeds done? They obviously don't mind dragging Jesus into it. This Sunday has been a rallying day of conservative "Christians" called "Justice Sunday". No, it's not the apocalypse, but it could be for the filibuster. Justice Sunday was created to get support to stop the blocking of Dubya's judicial nominees, and support is gathering in churches across the nation. Churches. Places of worship are being turned into political battlegrounds. That's appalling, even more so than the idea of destroying the filibuster. I guess they will soon be telling us that Jesus was a Republican.

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