03 February 2011

Press Banned - Egypt

Oh, so sorry. This is happening in 'The People's House,' aka, the White House.  For some strange reason, B. Hussein Obama does not want the press seeing him sign an executive order that is so important that it was restricted to a select few for viewing.

The problem is, it was actually a good thing that the president signed an order restricting federal funding of abortion.  ALMOST AS GOOD AS IF HE WOULD HAVE VETOED OBAMACARE!

Robert Gibbs - White House Press Corps - Fox News | Mediaite

The White House banned journalists from coming to the signing of a much-negotiated executive order on abortion yesterday, and, as expected, not everyone in the Press Corps was happy to hear that. Yet the voices shouting “what about transparency?” weren’t coming from the usual suspects–Robert Gibbs was explaining himself this morning to reporters from the AP, CNN, and MSNBC’s Chuck Todd.
The White House did not allow news reporters or photographers into Wednesday’s Oval Office signing of the order reaffirming a ban on federal funding of abortion. Instead, it released a “nice picture,” as Gibbs put it, by White House photographer Pete Souza. Needless to say many reporters had a problem with being given a photo by someone on the White House payroll in exchange for the presence of any journalist at the signing of the order.
Read the magic glass, little mister.

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