Friday, August 17, 2007

Shrill or smart?

Laura Rozen writes the blog War and Piece. She rarely offers an opinion, it's mostly just short introductory phrases to the many interesting links she finds.
Today though, commenting on Mueller's notes on the visit to Ashcroft's hospital bed, she comes up with a suggestion:
There's a solution no one has thought of here. Congress needs to come back and pass legislation to make perjury no longer a crime. If Gonzales is the example of how you are allowed to lie to Congress, just take it off the books as a crime. Did anyone ever think of that? The Judge Alberto Gonzales Lying is a Sometimes Necessary Form of Protected Free Speech Act of 2007.
You decide, dear reader, shrill, or smart?


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