I was just listening to Sean Hannity. He played some comments made by Bill Frist on the Senate Floor. He doesn't sound too willing to roll over like Hatch. Frist commented that there were some in the Senate that were more willing to use the intelligence gathered in the committee to win the White House than win the war on terror. Sean also had Senator Kyl on. I didn't get to hear all he said, but there were three things he felt the Dems had to do: The first was to turn over the name of the person who wrote the memo, the second was for the Dems to promise that they wouldn't do what they had stated they were going to do in the memo, and I can't remember the third. The first two are too wishy-washy for me, so I can just imagine what the third one was. Turning the memo writer's name over is okay, as long as all who were involved are dealt with through discipline. And, asking the Dems to cease and desist their dirty politics is no different than asking Saddam to comply with a U.N. resolution...it'll never happen. Heads have to roll, from the top down. This shouldn't be brushed away. It needs to be addressed and people need to be held accountable for their acts. I only hope the Republicans have the needed heart to do the right thing.