"Contrary to your letter of May 14, 2008," begins Rove lawyer Robert Luskin, "I do not misunderstand either the committee's procedures or the scope of its interest in Mr. Rove; nor, in light of your reported remarks about the need for 'someone' to 'kick his ass,' am I the least bit confused about the Committee's motives and intentions."
After uttering the remarks to which Luskin refers — first reported here in the Crypt — Conyers suggested that he would use his authority to arrest Rove if he failed to comply with a subpoena and appear before the committee.
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