Monday, February 13, 2006


I dearly wish I knew who this idiot was at the White House Press briefing.
Q When did the President know that the Vice President was the shooter? What time?
And this one:
Q Is it proper for the Vice President to offer his resignation or has he offered his resignation --
Apparently the latter question was asked by some twit female reporter named Connie. NBC's David Gregory, however, was the most uniformly idiotic. (This is no surprise to those of us who note that NBC uniformly misses the boat, a fact validated by their low ratings week after week.) Gregory is one of those kids you remember from fourth grade who, right after the teacher announced a test on Friday, would ask, "Is there going to be a test? And, when?" This wasn't because he wasn't listening. His brain just processed more slowly. Like S L O W L Y. And no one wanted him on their team.

Compare the number of questions on Cheney's mundane, everyday hunting accident and their interest in Iran's enrichment of uranium. Honest to God, these people are nuts, certifiable nuts. I always said the more marginal the media, the more marginal their sources. But it ought to be, "The more marginal the media, the more mundane and laughable their reporters." You can't get much more laughable than these White House reporters. If SNL was funny anymore, this press conference would be good for a three-week run skit.

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