Wouldn't you know it, the Republicans once again pushed the envelope of reason to the breaking point. Fulfilly their promise to prove government is bad by breaking it into a gazillion pieces, souring public opinion along the way, who would have guessed they would require a 60 votes majority on every bill in the Senate. No one. And then the GOP has the balls to whine about the lack of bipartisanship and a gridlocked congress.
Oddly, the press still insists both sides are to blame. Really, no one knew Obama wanted to reform health care and push for clean alternative energy? Suddenly the reason voters elected Democrats into the majority is somehow "radical" and "socialist."
Maybe Sen. Mark Udall will finally adjust or do away with the filibuster rules. Rachel Maddow: