Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Debunking the Pretexts Not to Adopt the Feingold Censure Resolution

Glenn Greenwald continues to be a valuable resource on the NSA wiretapping scandal's legal, political, and constitutional implications. (My previous posts on the topic can be found here, here, here, and at the bottom of Dave's post here).

Today, we get a lucid reexamination of two of the most prevalent excuses for not rebuking the President:
MYTH/EXCUSE NUMBER ONE: An investigation is needed before it can be known whether the President broke the law.

MYTH/EXCUSE NUMBER TWO: Republicans want this scandal to persist because it benefits them politically.
Follow the link to Greenwald's page for yet another debunking.


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