Congress debated legislation Saturday giving two committee chairman and their assistants access to income tax returns without regard to privacy protections, but not before red-faced Republicans said it was all a mistake and would be swiftly repealed.
A mistake? Only in its presumption.
What would they do with those returns? Decide who to reward -- or who to punish?
Don't worry. This will happen in a less public way. Or, since there won't be much reaction to this, it will happen in a quite public way.