Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has proved to be one of the Bush administration's most reliable witnesses: polite, soft-spoken -- and opaque. So, Democrats are predicting some stonewalling at today's Senate Judiciary Committee session on the National Security Agency's warrantless wiretap program. Still, Democrats on the Judiciary and Intelligence committees aren't really complaining. At least the Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing. And Gonzales is showing up.
Will Senate Wiretap Hearings Hit a Wall in the Form of the Attorney General?
February 6, 2006
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