Both the Democrat and Republican parties have united to sue WikiLeaks for all their releases thus far and for any new ones.
"We have enough people out of work now", stated Senator Mitch McConnell the Senate Minority Leader from Kentucky. "If WikiLeaks keep publishing secrets, it will add to the nation's already high 9.8 percent unemployment."
For the first time ever, Democrat House Leader Nancy Pelosi agreed with McConnell.
"At the present rate of released documents, tens of thousands of our nation's hard-working blackmailers will have no cases to use for blackmail. The WikiLeaks will have told everyone everything about everybody. That could raise our unemployment figures to eleven or twelve percent."
There will be a special meeting Monday between the two party leaders in requesting the President to form a Posse Czar and go round up Julian Assange and anyone else connected with the release of the documents.
McConnell told NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday that he hopes WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be prosecuted for the disclosures. And he says that if it's found that Assange hasn't violated the law, then the law would be changed.
The Supreme Court, led by Judge Thomas, say that they also want the WikiLeaks stopped.
There is a plan for over 100,000 blackmailers to march on Washington DC in February should the leaks not be stopped by then.