Heckler Thomas (A profile in self-importance)
Helen Thomas, "The First
Since March 6, 2003, that tradition came to a screeching snub. And according to the Drudge Report, last Thursday was another day of making the venerable doyenne feel irrelevant during a 45-minute press conference where President Bush accepted questions from every reporter around her in the front row.
"He's a coward," she said later. "He's supposed to be this macho guy. He'll take on Osama bin Laden, but he won't take me on."
Based upon what she claims she would have asked the President that day, and guessing at what President Bush might have liked to toss back at her, I have constructed the following obscenely accurate, well-researched, question-and-answer session: Let's just pretend that President Bush did call on Helen Thomas for that oh-so, significantly insightful question she had cooked up for the President...
Isn't it obvious? In 1978, we didn't have the kinds of communication capabilities back then that we have today, from laptops and fiber optics and e-mail accounts, to cell phones.
Quick! Let's impeach Bush!!!
Uh...yeah, right....just like Hollywood liberals kept their promise when saying they'd move out of the country should President Bush win re-election. What a miserable hag...