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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Anyone else notice this?

THE WEEK AHEAD FOR MRS. BUSH
JULY 31 – AUGUST 4, 2006

Friday, August 4, 2006

10:00 a.m. MRS. BUSH delivers remarks at a Steve Chabot for Congress Breakfast.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
Cincinnati, OH
OPEN PRESS

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THE WHITE HOUSE

THE WEEK AHEAD
Sunday, July 30, 2006 - Friday, August 4, 2006

Wednesday, August 2
5:50 pm THE PRESIDENT attends an Ohioans for Blackwell Reception
Private Residence
Kirtland Hills, Ohio
CLOSED PRESS

(Thanks to Enquirer reporter Howard Wilkinson for pointing this out.)


9 Comments:

at 7:01 PM, August 01, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, it is about time they wine and dine the wRong wingnut stenographers, with as much as you have done for them !!

We shall test how open they are to the press !!

HamiltonCountyRepublicanParty.com


Dean of Cincinnati, Your invited !!

 
at 7:51 PM, August 01, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice try Malia but all Presidential fundraisers at private residences are closed press. When was the last time you attended a fundraiser at Mr. Farmer's house? I thought so.

 
at 8:38 PM, August 01, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your point ??

Are you trying to label Laura a bum for taking a day off in sinsinnati ??

Or are you acting surprised that the wife of the cokehead misleader would actually let the press near her ??

 
at 9:40 PM, August 01, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bra-vo! You guys are finally doing your job. Maybe one day you will realize how the GOP war they have declared on our cities is the real cause of Cincinnati's demise.

Cincinnati did so much better when Democrats controlled Congress and when we sent a Democrat in Washington.

John Cranley has worked miracles to stem the tide of crime and blight the GOP has forced on our great city. He can do even better work in Congress when he can go to his friend Speaker Pelosi and bring millions to Cincinnati.

Cranley will get money for the banks. Cranley will fix the Brent Spence Bridge. Cranley will get federal money to solve problem the GOP won't let us know we have.

 
at 10:48 PM, August 01, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have the press ask Laura about this:

Petition passers needed! The Republican controlled legislature passed a bill cutting back Workers Compensation benefits - their way to make up for Noe's losses, I suppose.

There is a petition drive to put on
the ballot an issue that would restore the cutbacks made - how unfair is it to make workers pay for the actions of Noe and his cohorts!

Please contact:

Get a Petition

 
at 12:27 AM, August 02, 2006 Blogger The Spleen of Cincinnati said...

According to the Plain Dealer's Mark Naymik, who actually picked up the phone to ask people questions before writing a knee-jerk blog entry, the White House never allows open press at private residences.

 
at 9:00 AM, August 02, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, other people noticed. In fact, the first two posters noticed (even that bold-faced idiot figured it out). The only ones who were slow on the uptake were the "reporters" at the Enquirer. You guys must have been so excited that you were going to get to do another live motorcade report that you didn't even realize Taftwell is hiding Bush from the public.

 
at 9:34 AM, August 02, 2006 Blogger Nasty, Brutish & Short said...

More "great" political coverage from Howard--who yet again reveals that he doesn't know what he is talking about. A fundraiser at a private residence is NOT going to be open to the public.

 
at 11:11 AM, August 02, 2006 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't it nice to know there are doers and talkers in the word ?

While some would merely like to talk anonymously and have a bold face about doing it. It is still, mere talk !!

Yet, there are those who actually fight to allow all citizens the right to speak anonymous !!

HamiltonCountyRepublicanParty.com

They are call the doers !!

Freedom comes at a cost !!!

Talk is cheap, idiot !!

 
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