Terrorist's rights activist Russ Feingold participated in Senate hearings today concerning his proposed censure of the President for too actively seeking to learn the substance of communications between al Queada leadership and those to whom they wish to speak in the United States. The gist of Feingold's argument appears to be that al Queada deserves protection in its communications on the level afforded to communications between citizens of the United States within the United States.
Noted Constitutional scholar (although disbarred attorney) John Dean was called before the Senate Judiciary Committee to publicize his upcoming book "Republicans and Why I Hate Them" and to provide insight as to the depths of degradation to which a human being might sink.
On the House side, it is anticipated that John Conyers will call additional hearings concerning his burning desire to impeach the President due to the President having won the last election. Conyers has reserved House Janitor's Closet 212C for all of the month of April in order to provide a proper setting for the hearings. Conyers is best noted for... well, nothing, actually.
The outcome of today's hearings is expected to equal in puerility any of the futile gestures made by Feingold in his Senate career. Feingold's call for censure of the President does have some strong, if silent, support from Senators Jay Rockefeller and Dick Durbin, both of whom are desperately hoping to avoid censure by the Senate for disclosing classified information regarding the top secret NSA terrorist surveillance program.