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Yeah, I had seen a similar Q&A with Milbank from awhile ago where he came out and stated what he thought the media's priorities should be. But that didn't stop him from going along and asking about Rove yesterday, did it?

IMHO Richard W. Stevenson is on some WH payroll. I have been reading him for the last three years and he keeps pushing the Bush line in his pieces. Might just be me of course ..

Hi JD: The more I think about that briefing and the performance of the press, the angrier I get. Although it was good to see Scottie sweat, there was no information coming out of McClellan and instead of doing their job, they just kept posing for the cameras.

Hi Helga: I think they get rewarded with "access" and the fun of being close to power, not money. But who knows??

Oh my gosh. Real reporters woke up? Doing they're job for little or no pay? Why. Apparently hypocrisy only goes so far, and news goes alot further.

Apparently the trickle-up economy continues to trickle-up, and there is an end point.

I used to watch (1994) Rush Limbaugh, now I just plain old smirk and (not quite cry) laugh while he laughs.

It's very telling.

Good job, eR. Milbank? Was he always this dismissive of those who don't share his pre drawn conclusions?

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