He has repeatedly refused to show up when he has been issued a subpoena to do so.
We asserted that Rove would have to change his ways.
The time was coming when he would have to answer the subpoena or he would eventually face prosecution for contempt of congress.
Rove won't think it is funny, but he will talk either to congress or to cell mates. His choice.(Groundhog Day Deja Vu). He will testify under penalty of perjury, along with Meirs, at a deposition by lawyers for John Conyers, Chairman of The House Judiciary Committee.
And each morning Rove wakes up the same thing is going to play on the radio.
And later if Chairman Conyers determines it fitting, he will testify in a public hearing before the committee.