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Monday, March 13, 2006

Feingold Seeks Senate Censure of President Over NSA Wiretapping

From the Washington Post:

A liberal Democrat and potential White House contender is proposing that the Senate censure President Bush for authorizing domestic eavesdropping, saying the White House misled Americans about its legality....A censure resolution, which simply would scold the president, has been used just once -- against Andrew Jackson in 1834 over a dispute about banking.

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--Tom Hayes


Blogger denny said...

yeah... where is his support? the vast majority of democrats are spineless. they don't seem to stand for anything... republicrats.

i look forward to the demise of this deeply flawed system. we need to realize it is broken beyond repair... the dems won't save us, party politics won't save us. we need a new start, a new direction.

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