Sunday, December 18, 2005

Republicans too Lenient on Bush

After reading this article I just want to say Dah! Republicans are have finally admitted that they may have been too lenient in its oversight of the Bush Administration. More than half of this country is all too aware of this problem.
On Friday, after learning that the National Security Agency was eavesdropping on conversations in the United States, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) said that the activity was "wrong and it can't be condoned at all," and that his committee "can undertake oversight on it."
Rep. Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.), chairman of the House Government Reform Committee, said "it's a fair comment" that the GOP-controlled Congress has done insufficient oversight and "ought to be" doing more.
"Republican Congresses tend to overinvestigate Democratic administrations and underinvestigate their own," said Davis, who added that he has tried to pick up some of the slack with his committee. "I get concerned we lose our separation of powers when one party controls both branches."
Democrats related that the reform committe issued 1,052 subpoenas to probe alleged misconduct by the Clinton administration and the Democratic Party between 1997 and 2002, at a cost of more than $35 million. By contrast, the committee under Davis has issued three subpoenas to the Bush administration.
Like I said earlier Dah! Most of the American people and the rest of the world already know this, I am just glad the MSM (Main Stream Media) and the Republicans have caught on.

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