According to the WaPo, he is all upset.
President Bush sought yesterday to defuse the controversy over the firings of U.S. attorneys, offering strong support for embattled Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales while proposing to make Karl Rove and other top aides available for private interviews with congressional investigators.
The White House, however, limited the kinds of questions the aides would answer and said the interviews may not be conducted under oath or transcribed. The conditions enraged congressional Democrats, who vowed to go ahead with plans to issue subpoenas as early as today that would compel the aides to testify.
But Representatives John Conyers and Linda Sanchez are going to issue subpoenas tomorrow for the House Judiciary committee.
Let's get ready to RUMBLE! Bring it on, baby! I will hurt you so bad your whole family will hurt. You want a knife fight, I'll give it to you.
I can hardly wait for tomorrow's battle.