Monday, February 06, 2006


Apparently Attorney General Alberto Gonzales wasn't under oath when he testified today about the NSA spying program. This is because Russ Feingold, bless his heart, demanded that Gonzales be sworn in, and the Republicans blocked it.

Honor and credibility. Yep.

The U.S. Attorney General isn't willing to say, under oath, why the illegal domestic spying program was, in, fact, legal.

When is enough enough? What's the tipping point? Does it exist?

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