Monday, April 10, 2006

I am the law

How much longer will Republicans in Congress allow the President and his administration to continue on unmolested? It does seem that at least Rep. Sensenbrenner (R-WS) is taking an initiative, but most aren't willing to buck the pressure from the White House.
WASHINGTON, April 6 — Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales suggested on Thursday for the first time that the president might have the legal authority to order wiretapping without a warrant on communications between Americans that occur exclusively within the United States.

"I'm not going to rule it out," Mr. Gonzales said when asked about that possibility at a House Judiciary Committee hearing.

At what point does the oath the Congressmen and the President swear to when the enter office overcome their oath to their party and power.

- Murphy

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