h/t Hot Potato Mash
Representative Walter Jones (R-NC) thinks Karl Rove should testify before the House Judiciary Committee. Jones says it’s about dignity:
“In the year 2000 when President Bush was a candidate, he said many times in debate he would bring dignity to the White House. This would be a great start, if Karl Rove would come before the Judiciary Committee and let him explain his involvement, if any, in the Don Siegelman case.”
(A great start, Jones, says. Telling.)
Jones believes Rove’s testimony serves Democracy and the Republic. The North Carolina Republican isn’t opposed to jailing Rove either. Jones seems to be concerned about the negated powers of the Legislative branch.
Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) states that she “personally would love to see” Rove arrested and held in jail where there would be a trial in the House of Representatives.