Saturday, July 30, 2005

Wendy Long has a question for the Democratic senators demanding to see Roberts' memoranda from working in the Solicitor General's office.
I wonder if the senators demanding privileged documents will be willing, in their next election campaign, to turn over all of the memos they have received giving them legal and policy advice. After all, those documents would be just as much the property of the taxpayers as privileged legal documents from the solicitor general's office.
Sure, and don't the American people need to know this kind of information before they vote for someone to hold the most powerful job in the entire world?