Sen. Arlen Spector (R-PA), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says he believes that the Bush Administration has violated the law with respect to it's domestic spying program.
Spector also says that Mr. Torture Man, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, has not adequately explained why the Bush Crime Team failed to get court orders for the wiretaps it was conducting, and he called the AG's explanations thus far "strained and unrealistic."
Meanwhile, Sen. Patrick Leahy, the Ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, is predicting that they will have to subpoena the Administration in order to obtain the documents that they are seeking. (Of course, it should be noted that the Committee would not have to subpoena the Bush Administration, if the Administration actually respected Congress' responsibility for oversight).