They Write Letters (House Edition)
Dear White House:
Re: your earlier requests to hide lying liars behind the closed doors of secrecy in the name of 'compromise.' No.
You can just hear them now, "This is exactly why we should let niggers and spics in the House, dammit." Ha ha ha ha.
Update- well, that'll teach me to be all triumphalist 'n' shit.
The Congress member on the House Judiciary Committee who is helping lead the investigation of the Bush administration's firing of United States Attorneys is still working to avoid a showdown that will result in subpoenas of top White House officials, RAW STORY has learned.
"Rep. Sánchez and the House Judiciary Committee are carefully proceeding in good faith with the Bush administration to produce relevant documents and witnesses on a voluntary basis, and avoiding a more contentious showdown, if it's possible," a spokesman for Rep. Linda Sánchez said to RAW STORY this afternoon.
Sánchez is the Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law, which is leading the House Judiciary Committee's investigation.