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Wisdom of Democratic strategy hard to discern

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Rachel Maddow points out that one thing Senate Democrats could have been doing instead of going through the empty show of holding a meaningless vote on the Keystone XL pipeline is approve Loretta Lynch, President Obama's nominee for Attorney General, while they still have the majority. Do they think Republicans will be embarrassed to reject a black woman candidate?