Hotline reports (free) that the White House press corps has learned its lesson from its coverage of the Cheney hunting accident over the weekend and this week. It needs to cover Cheney and his leisure excursions more. While Bush carries an organized press pool with him wherever he goes, Cheney’s events are covered on a case-by-case basis and he doesn’t suffer from a media watch on his house. Networks and newspapers are now talking about staking out the Naval Observatory and closely monitoring his movements.
That’s the ticket. Just when you’ve gone overboard, turn it up a notch.
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