Wednesday, March 09, 2005
A pretty pathetic rationalization attempt at the Daily Kos. The underlying premise of the whole post is that personal values, integrity - little things like that - are completely irrelevant to democrats (I say democrats since that is who the post is about).

Personally I don't care if it was a democrat, republican, green, independent, progressive, communist, libertarian, or whatever - if he or she voted for the bankruptcy bill they should not be reelected (I actually think they should be recalled if that was possible).

I challenge anyone to provide any legitimate basis for the passing of this bill - and raising money for your reelection campaign is not legitimate.

To Kos's credit, they did post a list of democrats who voted for cloture.
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