FroomCred

2 comments February 11th, 2006at 08:02pm Posted by Eli

God bless Froomkin and all his little Froomkinites. Last week he asked his readers to send him questions for the White House press corps and any interviewers to ask the preznit, specifically addressing the issue of his credibility (or lack thereof). Yesterday he published the highlights in his White House Briefing column, and it’s really excellent stuff. Check it out if you haven’t already.

I’m wondering, would it be worthwhile to start a mass e-mail campaign to send these questions to every single member of the press corps, and anyone who is about to interview the preznit, or would it just lead to a lifetime of wiretapping and audits for everyone whose question got published?

Entry Filed under: Bush,Media,Politics

2 Comments

  • 1. oldwhitelady  |  February 12th, 2006 at 12:00 am

    Hmmm. It might be worthwhile, but…as you point out, would it just lead to a lifetime of wiretapping and audits for everyone whose question got published? is kind of scary.

  • 2. Goose3five  |  February 12th, 2006 at 5:40 am

    I wouldn’t worry about the wiretaps, if you read between the lines it is highly likely that they are datamining ALL calls and email communications as it is. Move on with the campaign my boy. BTW, is it spring yet? A little softball sounds mighty good right about now.


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