Senator Feingold has let it be known that he intends to seek a resolution of censure against President Bush for his lack of truthiness WRT domestic wiretapping. To whit: And yes, I realize Feingold is probably running for president, and that this is an election year and so politics and the charges of this being a 'political stunt' will be in play. But still, it would be nice to force Senators to put themselves on record now as to their position regarding being lied to by the president. Many of these same Senators were quite vociferous in their attacks on Clinton for lying, and as such will have a hard time explaining why it's OK for a Republic president to lie, but not a Democratic president. Also, this kind of thing can provide great political ammunition if the wiretapping scandal still happens to be in the news come November -- voters can and should be reminded which Senators either voted against a motion of censure, or worked to kill it. Those senators can be said to be 'in favor of presidential lies' or even 'in favor of protecting a president who broke the law'. Perhaps a few may even 'vote against it before they vote for it'. Who knows where the political landscape will be in 7 months? Oh and by the way, Feingold's motion deserves an up or down vote -- doesn't it?