Editors should realize there's no reason to go on with the charade of communication when there is none and act accordingly. Because they don't want to break imaginary "rules" about how the media should be handled? You can call it unproven, and I would agree. Whittington in the hospital, President Bush was notified by 7: And there's a lot to observe in Los Angeles. Cheney without any guidance from the White House about how the unpleasant occurrence should be handled. We do know that we are prepared and need to be prepared to do whatever it takes to make it work.
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Kevin Roderick's LA Observed is everything a weblog about the local scene should be. Also, ElBaradei reported finding no evidence of banned weapons or nuclear material in an extensive sweep of Iraq using advanced radiation detectors. This "have you stopped beating your wife lately" framing almost completely dominates the White House press corp. Scientists aren't credible-- what do they know? It was known that White Houses tried to manage the news, which was part of governing. There is nothing in the Constitution or the laws that says that the media have a right to be in the White House at all, much less to have press conferences.
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Gregory, "The cameras aren't on right now" and "you can do this later. The president has to assume that. And that calling those folks up and asking questions is something anyone can do, including bloggers? And you write a lot about your administration for conservative thought in this book. The "conspiracy" here is not to conceal facts, but to convince the target audience that facts are not trustworthy unless they come from the Party, the White House, or a selected conservative media outlet. And when the sheriff's men arrived at the entrance to the ranch that night, they were turned away.
Simon at February 17, 3: The fact that the incident held no vital national importance made the choice to delay reporting for hours, and then to local media, a valid choice. Sure, President Obama has brought it down, but anything over 4 percent is an Obama failure. The shooting incident is, in one sense, a fascinating sidelight and a distraction from real issues. Elegantly written and designed. What if this was in Florida, and he had the club manager call the Palm Beach Post about the incident? One topic that came up, not surprisingly, was bloggers.