If the sign of a great mind is the ability to hold two opposing ideas at the same time, the sign of a great partisan is the ability to hold two opposing ideas depending on whether your party is in power. And the Senate, as Dana Milbank notices, has some great partisan, particularly when it comes to filibustering judicial nominees.
November 18, 2009; 11:18 AM ET
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