They Don't Seem to Like It When They're Bent Over
Regardless of the apparent guilt of Congress Rep. William Jefferson, when the FBI swept into his office in the dead of night and tore up the joint looking for evidence, his colleagues in the Congress balked.
Suddenly, privacy has become an issue for Congress.
Yes, they can sleep through illegal wire taps and various other invasive actions foisted upon the American public, but now that Bush's fascist demand for power has entered their offices, they are complaining.
Well, they can suck it up like the rest of us.
When they allowed Bush to sidestep laws and make a record number of signing statements on bills that basically say Bush isn't obligated to follow any of them- this is what they get.
Bush has never vetoed a bill because he doesn't care what the bills contain. He does whatever he wants, and Congress has helped him achieve that level of arrogance.
The Congress and the Senate have been incredibly naive to think that Bush's goon squad wouldn't eventually get to them.
Now that he has-- sic semper tyrannis, MoFo's.