Congress wants to know if the CIA broke the law by destroying video tapes of prisoner interrogations.
Angry congressional Democrats demanded Friday that the Justice Department investigate why the CIA destroyed videotapes of the interrogation of two terrorism suspects.
Oooooh, angry congressional Democrats!
I'll make a prediction here - there will be hearings. There will be rhetoric. There will be denials, excuses, and rationalizations from the White House. There will be angry patriotic statements from congressional Republicans accusing the angry Democrats of sympathy for terrorists. There will be bizarre logic, contradictory statements, and no comments from the CIA. John McCain will deplore the CIA's actions while reluctantly supporting them. Other presidential candidates will shake their little fists and growl like small dogs. Obama will blame Clinton, Clinton will blame Obama. Kucinich will, of course, blame space aliens. Senator Craig will be in the men's room. The angry congressional democrats will be distracted by shiny bits of foil and the smoke and the beating drums - and gradually become less angry.
And not one damned thing will happen. Not one.