Carol Platt Liebau: About Politics, Not Law

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

About Politics, Not Law

Andrew McCarthy tells you everything you need to know about the Democrats' unconstitutional efforts to compel testimony from top White House advisors. In a nutshell:

Quite apart from what it may want, and what may be politically expedient for the administration to give, Congress is entitled to nothing from the president’s staff. Its demand is no more appropriate than would be a summons from President Bush to Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy’s staffers to press them on whether Leahy’s blocking of highly qualified judicial nominees stemmed from principle or bare-knuckles partisanship.


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