Question of the Day

Feingold's resolution to censure Bush was tanked and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee. It's unlikely to ever come up for a full vote, even though one was requested by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. The GOP was chomping at the bit to get a full vote, because they suspected, correctly, that Feingold's Democratic brethren would run away from it like it was Frankenstein's Monster with an axe to grind.

But let's pretend for a moment that it will, eventually, come up for a full vote. What do you think about a resolution to censure? Good idea? Bad politics? Not enough? A waste of time?

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