Pity this didn't take place in the senate post filibuster reform, because it would make a very compelling speech.
That something was Christie, who announced his candidacy for the State senate in 1993, against Majority Leader John Dorsey.
And in any case the problem is hardly that the changes the senate might pass try to do too much.
That could change after November if the GOP gains control of the senate.
But FDR at least tried to make the change by proposing a statute and forcing a senate debate.
He was one of the youngest of the senate at the time of Socrates' arraignment.
The challenges before us will be thrashed out with the House and the senate.
The reply was, that the senate had nothing to change in its former decision.
Nothing else can be appealed to in the field, or in the senate.
What atrocious edict was issued by the senate of Constantinople?
c.1200, "legal and administrative body of ancient Rome," from Old French senat or Latin senatus "highest council of the state in ancient Rome," literally "council of elders," from senex (genitive senis) "old man, old" (see senile). Attested from late 14c. in reference to governing bodies of free cities in Europe; of national governing bodies from 1550s; specific sense of upper house of U.S. legislature is recorded from 1775.
(Acts 5:21), the "elders of Israel" who formed a component part of the Sanhedrin.