Wednesday, January 31, 2007


Madam Virginia Foxx and wet-behind-the-ears Patrick McHenry have joined 16 other Congressional Republicans in calling on the Department of Justice to force Sandy Berger, Bill Clinton's national security advisor, to take a polygraph test in the case of purloined papers from the National Archives.

One would think that the Madam's reputation anent the subject of shoplifting would have kept her far away from this particular crusade.

My momma always said, "Beware of a person who can't be embarrassed."

Oops. Here's a link for the story, which no state paper that we've consulted has covered.

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