With Senate debate on two of President Bush's most controversial judicial nominees beginning May 18, the heated rhetoric over the so-called "nuclear option" to ban Senate filibusters on judicial nominations has reached its boiling point. The rules of the Senate thus far remain intact, but filibuster opponents have pulled all rhetorical stops, advancing numerous falsehoods and distortions, and, as Media Matters for America documents below, the media have too often perpetuated that misinformation by unskeptically, and sometimes even deliberately, repeating it.  
I know just mentioning the Media Matters organization will get me at least a couple 1-votes. They may be blatantly partisan, but I've always found them to support their claims liberally (ha!) with links and info.
10 here
budfields: The only people who would 1-vote this are most likely even more intellectually dishonest than Bill Frist on this issue.  
Which is pretty hard to do. So congrats, folks! You know who you are!
DonkaWechico: Oh no. You brought the war to my front door-step. Well I want no part of it! :)
budfields: Embrace the conflict with the Bush liars. Fight the good fight.
I'm Budfields. This Link is Approved By My Hair. Fight the Good Fight
budfields: Hey, no fair using my 10-year-old head shot. ;)