Thursday, March 30, 2006

Censure news

Apparantly the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding hearings tomorrow around Feingold's motion for censure of President Bush, and a number of concerned experts will testify. I like georgia's pithy take:
Let's see. We have Nixon's former lawyer saying this program is "worse than Watergate." Reagan's Deputy AG will testify that the President violated the Constitution. And yet Democrats don't want to sign on to censure for fear of appearing partisan.
Also priceless is her observation that Democrats prefer "to wait for Godot an investigation" to keep them from having to act now. Funny line, but the equivocating is wrong-headed, guys. Step up.

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