And liberals resorting to "move along, nothing to see here, these aren't the droids you're looking for" mentality. Awesome.
As I mentioned in another thread, there are plenty of important issues for Congress to investigate. This does not appear to be one of them.
If Republicans want to uncover real corruption in the White House, look no further than the administration's close ties to Wall Street and an Attorney General that admitted he won't make an effort to prosecute the big banks for the financial melt down in 2008. It would be a slam dunk, but it won't happen. Why? Because there would be too many people in Congress, on both sides of the aisle, caught with their hands in the cookie jar. Same thing with the War in Iraq.
Instead the American public is served up political theater on issues that lower level bureaucrats should be tasked with solving. Congress is doing what Congress does, trying to look busy and score easy points against their political opponents, all-the-while avoiding the tough issues that require real work and sacrifice on their part.
You know like the economy, jobs, health care, energy and environmental issues that actually impact our society and our children's futures.