Discussion in 'Politics' started by RetiredGySgt, Dec 14, 2011.
Pretty simple question.
No. You need 67 senators for complete control, to be able to force an amendment to the US Constitution through. But for major control you need 60 votes to get a cloture to break a filibuster. A simple majority only allows the party to appoint the leader of the Senate and to control all the committees and the chairs of those those committees.
Would a person that believes as you do, and has said so in the past, be a liar if they claimed that A senate with either 51 Senators or 56 of your party was complete control of the Senate?
Yes they would be
And, yes, TM is an idiot.
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