Of course, as soon as the Democrat-controlled Congress initiates investigations regarding the issues widley held the GWB administration has lied about, and of the programs carried out in violation of our Constitutional protections and rights, you'll cry, "Witch hunt!"
If it is a witch hunt, I'll call it a witch hunt. If not, I won't. I think I have already said on this board that I welcome a fair examination of the facts. One that would, of course, examine all the data, including some that might try to find its way to the shredder. I do support the concept that some classified documents should remain classified. This is hardly a partisan idea, as we know Clinton fought as hard as Presidents Bush and President Reagan to keep some information out of the hands of those that sought it. It's fair to challenge the legality of claims for access to such documents.
I have supported a fair examination of the facts because I believe the President has not lied, at least not in a way that mattered. (I've always maintained that the best of us are usually little more than 75% honest, and I believe the best of us are not usually found in Washington.) I've asked repeatedly for evidence of the lies and criminal wrongdoings this President is supposed to be guilty of, and all I get is opinion and innuendo. Bring on the facts.
However, I believe that even if the investigation clears this President, the response will be to disbelieve the investigation. Shos summed it up well elsewhere when he said, on another topic, "I won't even believe it if it 'happens'."