After years of dragging President Bush's judicial nominees through the verbal muck of Democrats' filibustering, Harry Reid stretches beyond all reason for a partisan attack:
"We've spent endless hours, endless days, too many weeks debating radical judges and Republican attempts to abuse power," Reid spun.
Thanks, Senator. But do you have any real ideas? How about entitlement reform? Taxes?
Silence is often considered golden, but Democrat obstinance and obstruction in the face of real problems isn't a very impressive platform from which to ask for a return to power.