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19 Democrats Help Sink Alito Filibuster

Here are the names of those who voted to
stop the filibuster, clearing the way for Alito to go onto the Supreme Cour tof the United States.

Akaka, Daniel K. (D-HI) Yes
Baucus, Max (D-MT) Yes
Bingaman, Jeff (D-NM) Yes
Byrd, Robert C. (D-WV) Yes
Cantwell, Maria (D-WA) Yes
Carper, Thomas R. (D-DE) Yes
Conrad, Kent (D-ND) Yes
Dorgan, Byron L. (D-ND) Yes
Inouye, Daniel K. (D-HI) Yes
Johnson, Tim (D-SD) Yes
Kohl, Herb (D-WI) Yes
Landrieu, Mary L. (D-LA) Yes
Lieberman, Joseph I. (D-CT) Yes
Lincoln, Blanche L. (D-AR) Yes
Nelson, Bill (D-FL) Yes
Nelson, E. Benjamin (D-NE) Yes
Pryor, Mark L. (D-AR) Yes
Rockefeller, John D., IV (D-WV) Yes
Salazar, Ken (D-CO) Yes

If any of these people vote “no” on confirmation tomorrow, they are total hypocrites. The rest support the concept of the President being allowed to break the law without review, because Alito does. It’s that simple. Keep in mind that quite a number of high profile Democrats, including Barack Obama, and Dianne Feinstein, were originally going to vote “yes” but instead voted “no” (anti-Alito vote) due to intense grassroots pressure.

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