Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Senate conservatives break all-time obstructionism record


After Senate conservatives “filibustered an omnibus budget bill” yesterday, they set “a modern-day record for blocking the most legislation during a congressional session,” according to a new report by the Campaign for America’s Future. In just the first year of the 110th Congress, conservatives have used the filibuster 62 times, topping the record set by the entire 107th Congress. Bill Scher notes some of the legislation conservatives have worked to block.

1 comment:

Sedicious said...

I know you were just quoting Think Progress, but I still would really prefer that you not refer to Senate Republicans as "conservatives". Seriously, they don't deserve such credit.