Friday, May 20, 2005

We'll always have Paris

Rick Santorum today on the Democrat's opposition to the "nuclear option"--their desire to retain the right to filibuster:
The rule has been in place for 214 years that this is the way we confirm judges. Broken by the other side two years ago, and the audacity of some members to stand up and say, "How dare you break this rule," it's the equivalent of Adolf Hitler in 1942: "I'm in Paris. How dare you invade me. How dare you bomb my city? It's mine."
Let me make sure I get this--opposition to tyranny is fascism? What I want to know is when do they take the last remaining voices of resistance into room 101 and let rats run across their faces? I love big brother.

Crooks and Liars has the video clip. And Ward Sutton is good on the subject this week as well.

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