While the FBI was searching Congressional offices, they should have seen if they could find any common sense.

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives are all pissed because the F.B.I. got a warrant and searched a Congressman’s office for additional evidence in a bribery case.

The contention that a valid search warrant is not sufficient authorization to search a congressman’s office is ridiculous.

No matter how much they may believe otherwise, viagra healing Congress people are NOT above the law.

The attempt to morph the incident into a separation of powers issue is just ludicrous.

And if the House thinks the Supreme Court will side with them and limit the power of the judicial system to issue warrants, they are more delusional than I normally consider Congress people to be.

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