Washington D.C./WWW--Once again, the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate is back, and he read about...OK, habeus corpus. But he read for six-minutes, so he certainly read-on about "Hookergate" (a moniker that's becoming more-and-more dubious).
Watching politicians who ruin our lives running-for-cover is going to the best entertainment Americans have had in years. Why, even the Canucks might be joining-in on the gauntlet of humiliation of the hypocrites. I expect the French to chime-in, they have experience in political sex scandals.
Looky, here's the info the Sergeant at Arms left, very interesting:
If you're still afraid of the government, you're probably scared of your own shadow. Confronting unaccountable power is the only thing that ever cut it. A reasonable society requires a responsible, and disciplined citizenry that understands political struggle is eternal, accepting that they must integrate fighting power into their daily lives.
It's time America got out of the house and grew-up. A responsible citizenry knows that it's important to act-up (responsibly). That time has come, another social revolution is here, a new kind of confrontation.