Feingold Calls for Bush Censure

Monday, March 13, 2006
Neal Boortz: "And if they're able to take back the House or the Senate this fall and the subpoena power that goes with it, the White House had better look out."

Imagine what Jay Rockefeller would do with subpoenas in the Senate Intelligence Committee, for example.

3 comments:

terrye said...

I think that going after Clinton hurt the Republicans and if the Demsocrats go after Bush on the NSA thing, that might really backfire.

ONe thing about it, a threat like that might just get the Republicans to stop some of their bellyaching and remember there are a lot worse people out there than George Bush.

Barry Dauphin said...

Can Rockefeller subpoena himself for leaking classified information?

gumshoe1 said...

hah!
good one barry!


reminds me of
Jaime Gorelick on the 9-11
Ommission Commission