For those of you hiding in a cave, the Bush Administration has ordered its aides not to testify before Congress regarding the attorney firing scandal. In response, Congress has threatened to hold the aides in contempt - the Administration, naturally, has requested that the Justice Department not pursue any contempt charges. So what's a Congress to do?
According to Frank Askin writing in the Post, Congress can arrest the aides themselves. How cool is that?
Of course, this wouldn't lead to actual Congresspeople breaking into the White House SWAT team-style and dragging away White House aides in a paddy wagon. They'd probably use the Capitol or D.C. police to make arrests in a more civilized fashion. But if you wish to entertain the thought of Nancy Pelosi busting into Chief of Staff Josh Bolten's office and cuffing him... I'm not stopping you.