Impeachment . . . the best litmus test?

In a stunning display of common ground, conservative wingers and liberal wackos alike are concluding that George Bush just might have broken the law with his domestic spying scheme. Cities all across America are calling for accountability. Because only way to get to the bottom of it is to investigate Bush's actions thoroughly and objectively.

Yet many of North Carolina's Congressional representatives don't seem bothered by the fact that the President may be breaking laws. And that bothers me tremendously.

So dear representatives . . . here is the question of the day: Do you want to find out if Bush broke the law . . . or not?

Elizabeth Dole: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Richard Burr: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Charles Taylor: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Robin Hayes: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Virginia Foxx: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Patrick McHenry: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Howard Coble: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Sue Myrick: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

Walter Jones: Do you care if Bush broke the law?

And if not, why not? Do you think it's okay for the President to break the law? Or is it just okay when it's a Republican President?

WHY ARE YOU AGAINST THE RULE OF LAW?

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