Earlier this week, First Lady Michelle Obama went to Milwaukee to make a speech on behalf of Mary Pratt, the Democrat gubernatorial candidate challenging Scott Walker.
Prior to the event, aides for both the White House and the Pratt campaign told reporters they could not interview anyone in the crowd. This angered veteran Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Meg Kissinger who said she was "creeped out" by this behavior on her Facebook page.
The next time the Obama White House does this to reporters, they should tell them to fold it five ways and stick it where the moon don't shine. They should then proceed to interview people. This puts the ball in the White House's court. If an Obama aide tells reporters to cease interviewing people then the reporters should ask, "And what if we don't? What are you going to do? Arrest us?"