Gore told Congress that global warming shouldn't be a political issue.
The postmaster general told Congress he wants to reduce the work force by 220,000 through 2015.
And they won't understand why you can't tell Congress what to do.
Department officials told Congress that he had been taking home sensitive data for three years before the theft last month.
He has told Congress that the money can be raised without taxpayer assistance.
Indeed, senior officers have been telling Congress that they need a 30 percent increase in their budget.
A commission would then tell Congress what it should do to insure the rest.
"And we aren't going to tell Congress about it," the former official added.
That's what they told Congress, which no longer seems to care whether or not baseball has a commissioner.
But for a year he did not tell Congress.