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Go Back Print this page Skip to content Subscribe to The New Yorker C3 The Political Scene The Empty Chamber Just how broken is the Senate?
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They're joking with aides, or e-mailing Twitter ideas to their press secretaries, or getting their first look at a speech they're about to give before the eight unmanned cameras that provide a live feed to C-SPAN2.
The presiding officer of the Senate—freshmen of the majority party take rotating, hour-long shifts intended to introduce them to the ways of the institution—sits in his chair on the dais, scanning his Black Berry or reading a Times article about the Senate. When I'm in the chair, I sit there thinking, I wonder what they're doing in China right now?
Around five o'clock, the chamber began to fill, as the reconciliation bill came up for a vote; there were twenty-three amendments pending, all from Republicans, and perhaps many more to come.
On this afternoon, two portly bald men in suits stood facing the speaker from a few feet away, tapping at the transcription machines, which resembled nineteenth-century cash registers, slung around their necks.
'" Senator Claire Mc Caskill, the Missouri Democrat, said.
"It's unconscionable," Carl Levin, the senior Democratic senator from Michigan, said.
Seventy-six nominees for judgeships and executive posts have been approved by committees but, because of blocks, haven't come up for a vote in the full Senate, leaving courtrooms idle and jobs unfilled across the upper levels of the Obama Administration....
The tally of cloture votes reflects only a small fraction of senatorial obstruction.Therefore, I would have to object." Burr had to object on behalf of his party because he was the only Republican in the chamber when Levin spoke.