"There is absolutely no way you can approach Congress with this thing," Leo McGarry, President Jed Bartlet's
Chief Of Staff said, as he and the President walked along the Potamac.

"Why not?" Bartlet challenged.

"Because they'd never pass it. It would be unconstitutional," Leo replied. "Freedom of Speech, remember?"

"Oh, that," said the President.

"Yes, that. Besides, it would make us look, well, ridiculous."

Jed Bartlet sighed. "You win."

"Then you won't approach Congress with it?" Leo asked, feeling more relieved than he would admit.

"No," said POTUS, "but I still think there should be a law against dissing Notre Dame."