Mr. President, Meet Your Censurer
The high political stakes of the NSA domestic surveillance program
A well written article exerpt from MSNBC's site:
By Tom Curry
National affairs writer
Updated: 8:08 p.m. ET March 28, 2006
WASHINGTON - As Sen. Russ Feingold urges the Senate to censure President Bush, the alleged misdeed that moved the Wisconsin Democrat to propose censure continues: the Bush administration keeps conducting surveillance of calls by suspected al Qaida operatives to and from people in the U.S.
Feingold had to leave early from Tuesday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on how to legalize the National Security Agency surveillance program -- he had an appointment at the White House to meet with the man he wants to censure.
Just back from Iraq, Feingold was part of a group of senators who went to discuss their findings with President Bush.
Would this meeting be awkward?