“It’s a terribly important election, and I’m thrilled with it because it’s almost as big as our Republican victory in 1946. That’s the first one I was involved in, right out of college, and I ran the campaign of an unknown candidate and he won! It was very thrilling. I think the most important job of the Republican Senate is to defeat or reject, or not even take up, any of Obama’s court nominees. He’s already put too many liberals on the court, and we don’t want any more.” – Phyllis Schlafly, speaking to World Net Daily. The old Senate, of course, blocked most of Obama’s judicial nominees, which is why the Democrats went for the so-called “nuclear option” filibuster change.