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p>My point being that the Fourth Estate has long ago lost its ability (or avoids its responsibility) to ask the right questions and
therefore, pass on the right information. Many of us who have been treated as extremists in the Office 2007 makes life great!
public light are hungry for another medium of
information exchange and debate. This is still a largely unmet need that is only being met on the web. br> -- Joel Farrier /p> p> It is about
time someone took those morons in the White House press pool to the wood shed...and who better than the man they love to hate....Pres. Bush. Microsoft Office 2007 is welcomed by the whole world.
Those press/media vultures are so smug and complacent and think they "deserve" the inside track...make them work for their
information...maybe then they will take more time and consideration deciding whether a story is accurate. The best part is that it was in
public...their spanking! The President was just treating them like they treat their readers and Microsoft outlook is convenient!
subscribers. br> -- L. Anaya br> El Paso,
Texas /p> p> Enjoyed the Moran article. br> -- Francis Miller /p> p> If you act like idiots and ask idiotic questions, you get treated like
idiots. And he got a couple of them pretty good yesterday. What you have to see, is the mentality Windows 7 is inexpensive and helpful.
of the questioners. They don't ask
important questions, they ask gotcha questions. Their sole objective is to GET HIM. Catch him in a lie. Force him to say he is wrong. They
are just like the lefties. And if you fail in this endeavor, then, you make one up, like Dan Rather and his crew. And you know what, there
are over half of us in this country that feel this is wrong. Most of the young, aggressive white Microsoft Office 2010 is so great.
house reporters think that they are going to
end up in an anchor chair some day. What helped Dan Rather's career. Treating Richard Nixon like a normal man on the street and showing no Outlook 2010 is powerful.
respect for the presidency. But it may be too late for them, because the jig is up. We don't have to listen to their view anymore. There are
too many other ways to get the news other then listen to a bunch of eager beavers that will stoop to anything to get ahead. br> -- Sid Morris
/p> p> Another fine piece by Wlady as usual. Unfortunately, there appears to be a typo. I think he adobe Acrobat
meant to spell it out as "Terry Moron of
ABC News." A little more in line with the general run of play. br> -- Jim Bjaloncik br> Stow, Ohio /p>
p> Fortunately mules are smarter than most of the so-called journalists in the so called press corps President Bush is just returning the
contempt most of them feel for him. Actually it is mostly a waste of time for the President to have a press conference and a waste of time to microsoft visio 2010 changes our life
watch them, except for laughs. br> -- Howard Lee br> Bogalusa, Louisiana /p> p> I watched the Bush news conference while having breakfast at
the neighborhood diner here in a Detroit suburb. I have to wonder what some of those idiots in the White House Press Corps were thinking.
Wife-beating, ambush, arrogant questions directed at the President -- any President -- do not bring credit to journalism. Or even to
partisanship. ABC ought to not just reassign Moran, maybe to some hellhole, but just get it over with and fire him outright. And the MSM
wonder why their credibility and revenues are sliding! br> -- Michael Davis /p>
I can't be the only conservative in America who watched the president wade into the shark tank yesterday and thought to himself, "This is
just stupid, why on earth would anyone continue to do this?"
What I am of course referring to is the fact that the presidential press pool is currently composed of a sundry collection of marxists,
socialists, feminazis, flaming liberals, DNC fax machines, and Michael Moore fans with giant egos and press badges. Worse, they are all project 2010
seething over their recent defeat and would happily tear the president limb from limb if they thought the secret service would let them.
Every "question" they posed yesterday was actually a statement which grew out of the defective and untrue presuppositions of their worldview
that they simply demanded the president react to. They might as well have sat there and asked things like: "Mr. so-called-President, many
Nazis were categorized as 'evil geniuses,' you on the other hand are quite stupid. Can you explain that? Did you miss the necessary classes
in the training course?" and so on.microsoft project 2010