Delusional GOP McConnell fillibusters a bill he had just pushed

Discussion in 'Politics' started by tmarket, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. "At issue was a move by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and meant to put Democrats in a tough spot, that backfired. McConnell pushed for a vote on an idea he first proposed last year as part of the debt ceiling standoff.

    But in the back-and-forth legislative chess match that often plays out on the Senate floor, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid instead moved to pass the measure with a 51-vote threshold, confident that he had at least that many votes to give Democrats a victory.

    Recognizing that, McConnell objected to voting at the lower threshold, meaning he was filibustering the bill he had just pushed for a vote."
  2. pspr


    All the while Reid won't even allow a vote on Obama's fiscal cliff proposal. What a bunch of losers.
  3. lol . . . the guy is a crankhead.