"I have not violated any House rules," Waters said in a statement today. "Therefore, I simply will not be forced to admit to something I did not do." Instead, the Representative from California will be taking part in a public hearing "rather than admitting to any wrongdoing." The House Ethics Committee has said it formed an "adjudicatory subcommittee" to deal with the matter/hold the showdown, and while at this time they probably do not have plans to consider allow Waters to question herself, I think it's most certainly something that should be considered. Honestly. Just take a moment to imagine the fireworks of Waters on Waters. They could sell tickets and make it a pay-per-view event. Don't say no, just say maybe, and get a taste of what could be.