ABC News poll: 86% favor FBI searching Congressional offices with a warrant
94% of Republicans and 78% of Democrats are ok with it:
June 1, 2006 — In the rift between Congress and the Justice Department, Americans side overwhelmingly with law enforcement: Regardless of precedent and the separation of powers, 86 percent say the FBI should be allowed to search a Congress member’s office if it has a warrant.
That view is broadly bipartisan, this ABC News poll finds, ranging from 78 percent among Democrats to 94 percent of Republicans.
Congratulations, Reps. Pelosi and Hastert – you’ve managed to unite Americans …. for at least the next few minutes, anyway
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