Wonder what you would find if you frisked the White House’s press room?
Answer: A little hostility.
Although April Ryan’s question didn’t have any real importance compared to all the other major issues facing our nation, she at least held her ground against Robert Gibbs.
Robert Gibbs’ mistake? Well, it probably involved him telling Ms. Ryan to “calm down” and then comparing her to his younger son… Ouch!
Side-Note: I definitely think White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers should be fired. Ms. Rogers cared more about being an ‘important person’ at the dinner party than she did about fulfilling her job responsibilities. Not to mention some unexpected guests decided to stop by to say “hi” in the process. Tisk, tisk…