Refering back to my original point where I stated it'd make me laugh a bit seeing liberals on this board that never made a peep about the filibuster rules during the previous administration but now are saying something. That's who the post was refering to with the second one explaining why they may now "just now" be coming to the thought other than just pure partisanship.
For example, Hobo has routinely seemed a level headed objective guy. He's most assuredly liberal from all I've seen, and makes no appologizes for it, and while I disagree with him ideologically he'll at least look and discuss issues legitimately. So him saying this makes me initially think its more that the fact that he's now seeing things HE believes are "progress" for this country being blocked by this that its making him possibly come to "realize" that the filibuster is an issue.
This is different from some liberals who I believe would push for the removal of the filibuster now simply because Democrats are in power so its okay to get rid of it, but they'd secretly want it back immedietely come the Rep's regaining power.
So my second post was more just explaining that the end of my initial post wasn't insinuating that only hyper partisan liberals would just now think of removing it.