Barack Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, has let pass an opportunity to explain what the president believes about state legislatures whose members are working on requirements for presidential candidates to be required to document their eligibility under the U.S. Constitution.
The question was going to be raised at yesterday's press briefing by Les Kinsolving, WND's correspondent at the White House. However, Gibbs declined to recognize Kinsolving, and dozens of other reporters on hand, for any questions.
He also wanted to ask whether placing at the head of the Democratic National Committee Paul Gaspard, "a Saul Alinsky-inspired ACORN operative," was representative of the president's national tone.
As we've previously noted, Kinsolving has not explained why a right-wing hack like himself working for a so-called "news" organization whose only real mission these days is to destroy a sitting president by any means necessary (treason, anyone?) is entitled to ask questions every day of the White House press secretary, no matter how biased or stupid.