The majority rules in most of the Nation's Capitol, but it's a different story in the US Senate, which has the power of the filibuster--at least for now. A filibuster requires the 100 member Senate to get 60 votes to move ahead on an issue. Now Democrats want to wipe it out. Washington correspondent Paul Strand says that decision could come back to bite them if they move forward on it. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.