A Congressional committee that oversees the Secret Service has voted to subpoena the White House party crashers, Tareq and Michaele Salahi. And their lawyer has indicated that they will plead the Fifth.
The Fifth Amendment allows people to remain silent rather than incriminate themselves.
And that implies that their answers to Congress's questions would likely incriminate the Salahis.
Perhaps they are finally coming to realize that all of life is not just a big reality TV show -- especially where our government and White House security are concerned.