CommieTommie Harkin finally got his way on filibuster rules in the U.S. Senate.
Unless you count when he was against changing filibuster rules and the scientific community is united in that fact.
Harkin, in May 2005, when he said of Republican desire for change --
To do so would be "the end of the Senate as we know it" because it would dash the protections that the Senate has always afforded lawmakers in the minority and, by extension, their constituents.
Harkin doesn't want to stop where the Senate went this week --
“Now we need to take it a step farther and change the filibuster rules on legislation.”
Harkin was also heard saying -- The sky will not fall, the oceans will not dry up, a plague of locusts will not cover the Earth and the vast majority of Americans will go on with their lives as before.
Gee those are my exact thoughts concerning the Greenhouse Effect, err Global Warming, err Climate Change.
CommieTommie continued -- I do predict that our government will work better.
So do I, once Fiberal Dummycrats no longer have power.