CBS News: While the White House seems to believe the American people deserve to hear from Kagan, it has not made her available to reporters. That prompted some consternation at today's White House briefing.
"It appears that Solicitor General Kagan did an interview yesterday right after the president's announcement," said a reporter. "You've now posted that on the White House Web site. Who did the interview? And can I have one?"
"I think it's -- I think it's on the website if you want to see it," responded Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.
Soon after, the reporter can be heard saying, an edge in her voice, "So a White House staffer interviewing her".
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Paul Kanjorski appears on CNBC and says that Fannie and Freddie are too complicated to address. Fannie and Freddie have now cost taxpayers $145 billion to bail them out, and the Democrats are ignoring the need to reform the GSEs. CNBC Rick Santelli fires back to Kanjorski: "You think taxpayers that go to work to pay the money you are subsidizing, it will end up a half a trillion, do you think they think complicated is an excuse?"
From News channel 2 in Atlanta. Agents in New Mexico and Arizona are catching thousands of OTM’s (other than Mexicans). Border patrol and ranchers are finding muslim prayer shaws, muslim jackets with "martyr" patches on them. “There are people who mean to do us harm who cross our borders every day”. One of the world’s most wanted terrorist was spotted in Atlanta who most likely came up through the mountains by means of the Mexican border. These terrorists learn to speak Spanish then travel to Mexico and blend in with other illegal’s trying to enter this USA!