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July 22, 2009

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.Bethesda Bear

When I was a reporter, I learned that even "good" newspapers printed rumor denials on page 1. For example, I had to call a bank official to comment on rumors that his bank would merge with another. When he said, "absolute nothing to it," my editor ran a story headlined "First National Executive Denies Merger Talks."

So just where did this WH Briefing story come from? Not the GOP, which seems not to be interested. Not Feingold or Dems. So?
A "reporter"/blogger/muckraker called the White House for names and WH said "no."

What a non-story! Shame! Shame!

MizLiz

Well, the preppers did a superb job. Ms. Sotomayor deserves the post for not only having an encyclopedic knowledge, way more experience than any of the other justices (are you listening, Clarence?) but she held her temper while those twits were harassing her.

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