From The Washington Post - The Fix - February 18, 2010:
Evan Bayh comes out against the filibuster
It took him a day or two, but Evan Bayh has finally begun saying why Washington doesn't work, rather than just complaining that it doesn't. Here he is saying that the filibuster should be 55 votes rather than 60, and fewer nominees should require Senate confirmation.
"The minority has rights, that's important, but the public has a right to see its business done, and not routinely allow a small minority to keep us from addressing the great issues that face this country," Bayh says. "I think the filibuster absolutely needs to be changed."
It's enough to make you wish the guy was sticking around to fight for his ideas.