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  1. #1 When Reporters Rise For The President 
    I hate HR Corporate Scum patriot45's Avatar
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    May 2008
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    Watch this video and then read the lame-o response, I don't buy it.

    But the principal reason reporters remained in their seats, he said, was not to block the shot of TV cameramen and still photographers in the back of the room who were trying to make a picture of the president’s walk-in.

    No disrespect was intended for President Bush and to the best of my knowledge none was taken.

    In addition, it only takes about three steps for the president to reach the lectern from the press room door. He’d be ready to begin and many reporters would barely be out of their seats, which used to be further complicated by swivel desks that had to be shifted out of the way.

    When some reporters stood up for President Obama last Friday, they forgot about the needs of their colleagues in the back of the room as well as the less formal atmosphere of the briefing room. Certainly it was a sign of respect for the president, but not one of disrespect for his predecessor

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    May 2008
    The fruitcakes in the press corp have to stand up so they will get that tingly feeling running up their legs. :eek::
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