I've read the Constitution several times, but I've never seen the part that says that elected officials are allowed to physically assault people who'd like to ask questions. Like, say, about his questionable earmark habits:
Congressman Alan Grayson has had a close relationship with the civil rights group for which he tried to get hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars. As WDBO first reported, the freshman Representative requested $350,000 for the Florida Civil Rights Association, despite its history of controversy, and being run by a man the state says is not trustworthy enough to be a bail bondsman.
(H/T: the NRCC)
Finding the constraints demanded by the dignity of the office too much to bear, Rep. Grayson? Because that's easily fixed.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.