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Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Excuse me while I recover from my heart attack: The Los Angeles Times editorial page comes out in support of the "nuclear option."

Let's give credit where credit is due. Unlike some other newspapers, the Times is taking a principled stance, not a partisan one, and they should be commended for it.

12:12 AM

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Good for Kinsley, but I'm really weary of the argument that Republicans should oppose the "nuclear option" because then they'd be unable to filibuster nominees by a future Democrat president in a Dem. majority Senate. Does anyone think that in such a case the Dem. majority would refrain from changing the rules to prohibit filibusters? For goodness sake, Harkin, Kennedy, Kerry, et al. tried it just a decade ago.
 
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