How could it have happened?

Sorry, Massachusetts and Nevada, but you had your heads up your butts!  Harry Reid and Barney Frank are the two most destructive forces ever to climb the stairs to the Capitol building, and are a great part of the reason this country is in economic collapse today.  How they could have ever gotten re-elected?  I’m astounded at the folly of my fellow Americans, who allowed Reid and Frank to hold hands and skip down the asiles of Congress again.  Sometimes I think we’re living in Alice’s Wonderland.  And now they’re at it again, trying to destroy 200 years of precedent in Congress.  I guess all these imbeciles think they’re smarter than Jefferson, Adams, Washington, and the rest of the founding fathers.  That’s what they get for thinking, if that process in their knotheads can be called “thinking.”

This Tuesday, sources say Harry Reid is scheming to violate over two centuries of precedent by changing Senate rules with only 51 votes — even though changing Senate rules requires 67 votes.

On Tuesday, the Senate returns and its first real action is to vote on Senate Resolution 10, which would cut the heart out of the filibuster and other Senate rules that over the last two years helped us defeat Big Labor’s Card Check Forced Unionism Bill and Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill.

Tens of thousands of faxes from concerned citizens like you have been pouring into Senate offices, but we can’t stop there.

Just one month ago, the filibuster stalled the union bosses’ Police and Firefighter Monopoly Bargaining Bill.

And only the filibuster kept Harry Reid from bringing up and ramming through Big Labor’s Card Check Forced Unionism scheme.

Now Harry Reid is plotting an underhanded maneuver to gut this bedrock of our constitutional system with only 51 votes despite clear rules in place that require 67 votes.

Tell your Senators to vote against Senate Resolution 10 — or any other attempt to weaken the filibuster and the other rules protecting the rights of the minority party.

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