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    Tuesday, May 24, 2005
      Note to Senator Graham

    Senator Graham,
    You were holding a straight flush, and you just folded.

    And I think that Thomas Ravenel will make a great Senator in 2009.

    (HT to K.Lo at The Corner for the Ravenel link.)

    Friday, May 20, 2005
      Sen Lautenberg ought to be keeping quiet on this

    I found this quote from Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) on breaking the filibusters on judicial nomiations:

    "In ["Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith."], the leader of the Senate breaks the rules to give himself and his supporters more power. As millions of Americans go to see this film this week and in the weeks ahead, I sincerely hope it doesn't mirror actions taken in the Senate of the United States."

    For Senator Lautenberg to complain about rule breaking is rank hypocrisy. The only reason he is even in the Senate is because New Jersey Democrats broke the law to get him on the ballot in 2002, with the blessings of the liberal activist judges on the New Jersey Supreme Court, who declared that 51 days doesn't really mean 51 days if you are a Democrat.