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"You were filibustering in your sleep again."
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"I'd like to take a moment to define what I mean by 'defining moment.'"
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'The Grand Obstructive Party strikes again!'
'Your lungs are in great shape, Senator. Do you work out?' 'No, I filibuster several hours a day.'
'You'll see the whole parade of what man's curved out for himself. After centuries of fighting...'
Another Filibuster from the Secretary of the Interior of My Car
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'Do you want to watch 'Mr. Smith goes to Washington' or listen to Sen. Ted Cruz's filibuster?'
'Entering Washington, DC. Congressional 'civility' level: undetectable.'
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'Which issue do you think should be most pressing for Washington? A. Debt B. Sequester C. Filibuster.'
'Wow...My new spoiler really cuts down on drag!'
Deficit Posturing on the Fiscal Cliff.
'I'll tell you all the reasons we shouldn't reform the filibuster! 1.) It will restrict my ability to frivolously stymie everything...How long do I have to keep talking?'
Republicans run away from Chuck Hagel.
How to Filibuster...
'I'm not filibustering. I'm teaching.'
'Stop, Senator! Remember, we agreed - no filibustering!'
Roadblock: Hagel's nomination.
Ted Cruz's sore tongue.
GOP Filibuster Buffett Rule!
Joe Lieberman rehearses the Filibuster dance.
"We can't filibuster the selection of the new Pope. He's not an Obama nominee."
'New Years, New Congress!'
Filibustering the opponent.
'Filibustering Ending Tax Breaks for Off shoring Jobs'