Wednesday, March 30, 2005


From PoliPundit:

When President Bush nominates a conservative judge to the Supreme Court, you can be sure that virtually every Democrat senator will filibuster. Every Republican, however, will vote to end the filibuster.

Winning elections does matter; every seat does count. That’s why you should donate to the 2006 Senate re-election campaign of Lincoln Chafee (R-RI).

Chafee is one of the more independent members of the Republican caucus. But he casts the two most important votes that count:

1. To keep Republicans in charge of the Senate, so that ultra-liberals like Patrick Leahy do not chair key committees.

2. To give the president’s judicial nominees a fair up-or-down vote.

Every seat matters. Please support Chafee’s campaign with an online contribution.

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