Yeah, but that was before he had Obama’s far-left policies to push.
(CNSNews.com) – Harry Reid (D-Nev.), as Senate Minority Leader in 2005, said that Republican attempts at that time to change the Senate rules on filibuster were “about the arrogance of power,” and not about then-President George W. Bush’s judicial nominees.
“Rather than changing the Senate rules, shouldn’t we be concerned about the largest deficits in the history of the world?” Reid asked,while speaking at a March 15, 2005 event entitled “Rally to Save the Courts.” “Rather than changing the Senate rules, shouldn’t we be concerned about the energy policy of this country? Yes.”
“This is not about judges, it’s about the arrogance of power,” he said.