Should Congress investigate the integrity of presidential press conferences

From: The Pen <>
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 18:21:31 -0800

How is it that a phony journalist was promoted to ask propaganda
questions at White House press conferences? The issue is not
whether Mr. Guckert (Jeff Gannon) might have moonlighted as a
prostitute. The real question is whether the press itself, in the
exercise of its professionalism should have more control over the
process. Is it time for Congress to get involved to make sure the
tough questions are allowed to be asked? What do you think we
should do?

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Received on Mon Feb 28 2005 - 02:17:43 EST

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