Friday, December 06, 2013

Sensenbrenner talks sense

I doubt if it will happen, but it's nice to see a member of Congress jumping onto the prosecute James Clapper bandwagon.

Actually, what's surprising is that more members of Congress aren't clamoring for his prosecution. You can argue that the victim when someone lies to Congress is the American public at large, but the more obvious victim are the people in Congress who are getting lied to. If Clapper can admit that he lied and get away with it, why would Congress critters believe anything any other witness from an intelligence service ever tells them?