No Bipartisanship Then, No Bipartisanship Now


Ed Schultz on the selection of a Supreme Court justice to replace David Souter:

“And folks, let’s just get right up front tonight. I think it’s time to say it. This is no time for bipartisanship. We need a liberal on the Supreme Court.”

Heather does the Amen:

… Ed’s got this one right. Elections have consequences. The GOP did nothing but carping over their desire for an “up and down” vote when they were wanting Bush’s right wingers nominated to the point where I was ready to throw something through my television screen if I heard it one more time. Bill “the cat killer” Frist said it so many times I was wondering if he was repeating it in his sleep.

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