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Ken Shepherd at Newsbusters take a close look at the White House website’s press briefings section.

Surprise, surprise: There’s not much there there.

So much for transparency.

Meantime, I’m catching up after a few days of travel and just had a chance to watch the video Allahpundit posted yesterday of Obama’s visit with the WH press corps yesterday. I think there was something more noteworthy than the president’s brief flash of irkedness (is that a word? well, it is now) with the Politico reporter who asked him a substantive question. It was the photographer at the end of the video who shouts to his Dear Leader before reaching to shake his Blessed Hand:

“Mr. President, I just wanted to say that one more time, Mr. President.”

I want to know the name and affiliation of that drooling idiot.

Come out, come out, wherever you are.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Media Bias