But there is something more here. How does one party that has lost two presidential elections and a Supreme Court case â€“ as well as two Senate electionsÂ -Â Â think it has the right to shut down the entire government and destroy the full faith and credit of the United States Treasury to get its way on universal healthcare now? I see no quid pro quo even. Just pure blackmail, resting on understandable and predictable public concern whenever a major reform is enacted. But what has to be resisted is any idea that this is government or politics as usual. It is an attack on the governance and the constitutional order of the United States.
via The Nullification Party Â« The Dish.
More excellent reporting on how WaPo has retreated to loopysville.
I have no platform but Sullivan is weeks late in noticing this.