Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Subpeona's for Congress

The FBI served a subpeona on Rep. William Jefferson's office a few days ago looking for evidence in the bribery investigation currently underway against him. Since he was hiding the money in his freezer, he clearly is not the sharpest knife in the block.

One part of the aftermath of the search, is that Republican members of the House are criticizing the FBI because they seem to feel that their offices are off limits. They should not be subject to searches unless they give prior approval, despite the fact that citizens of this country are subjected to these searches, without the niceties shown to Jefferson, every day. If they don't want to be the subject of investigations or searches, then perhaps they should not commit crimes. Also, members of Congress are not, despite recent behaviors, above the law. For those who seem to think that they are, perhaps the voters of their districts should give them some free time to rethink their positions.


Blogger exMI said...

YOu will be glad to know that Neal Boortz agrees with you.

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