The "nuclear option" is an unprecedented power grab that would silence almost half of Americans. By breaking the rules to change the rules, Majority Leader Harry Reid is paving the way for the Senate majority to ram through President Obama’s divisive agenda and controversial nominees without any compromise or debate.

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@Senate_RPC: [RPC analysis] Reid Ignores the Facts. Of 1,564 nominations Obama has sent to the Senate, only 4 have been rejected:


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Instead of reaching across the aisle, Senate Democrats are attempting to build a wall by launching the nuclear option. 

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