As Democrats face the possibility of losing their 60-vote majority in the Senate after the 2010 midterms, some are trying to change the filibuster rules with the hopes that they can still pass their legislative agenda with a simple majority. "Elections should have consequences," Sen. Tom Harkin, Democrat of Iowa, wrote his colleagues in a recent letter. "Even when a party loses, it too easily can prevent the majority elected to govern from legislating." Leading the charge to end the filibuster threat is the combustible congressman Alan Grayson, Democrat from Florida. Of course, the Dems used the filibuster themselves when they were in the minority only a few years ago.