Dear Bull Moose:
A little while ago you wrote this piece of “awesomeness”:
However, first, the actual vote has to be taken and Republicans have thus far fillibustered [sic] a vote on the Warner resolution.
To begin, you misspelled “filibustered.”
Secondly, you are completely WRONG in your use of the word. A filibuster is NOT voting down a bill, resolution, amendment, etc. as happened today in the Senate. A filibuster IS, according to Merriam-Webster, “a: the use of extreme dilatory tactics in an attempt to delay or prevent action especially in a legislative assembly, b: an instance of this practice.”
Standing on the Senate floor reading Mama Thurmond’s cookbook = FILIBUSTER.
Voting down the Warner-Levin amendment = NOT A FILIBUSTER.
Have you ever seen Mr. Smith Goes to Washington or taken a political science course? Maybe you should start there and THEN begin opining on the “big kid” subjects.
Your apology is accepted in advance.
And with that, I now return you all to your 24 fetishes.