Will Senator Russ Feingold’s move to censure the president turn into something more dangerous than it appears? This op-ed in today’s Wall Street Journal should scare the daylights out of you:            

“[O]ur guess is that censure would be the least of it. The real debate in Democratic circles would be whether to pass articles of impeachment. Whether such an inevitable attempt succeeds would depend on Mr. Bush’s approval rating, and especially on whether Democrats could use their subpoena power as committee chairs to conjure up something they could flog to a receptive media as an ‘impeachable’ offense. But everyone should understand that censure and impeachment are important–and so far the only–parts of the left’s agenda for the next Congress.”