Les Kinsolving has quite the sense of entitlement, it seems. Why else would he devote his Dec. 14 WorldNetDaily column to complaining that he wasn't invited to the White House Christmas party?
I also learned when I went to the White House press room before this surprise press conference that on that night the president and Mrs. Obama were hosting annual Christmas receptions for the media – from which I have been barred for the second year by the Obamaites.
My primary regret about this exclusion is the fact that my wife, Sylvia, known as "the Berkley Democrat," has very much enjoyed attending these events. I am sad, indeed, that the exclusion of me also applies to her – when so many other presidents of both parties never did this – except Jimmy Carter around Christmastime after he lost to Ronald Reagan.
I am sorry that the spirit of "Peace on Earth, good will toward men" has – by either the president or one of his minions – been denied to the two of us.
Kinsolving, naturally, has a theory about this:
I continue proud and grateful to be White House correspondent and columnist for WorldNetDaily, which continues to raise the still-unanswered questions engendered by the (alleged) Obama birth certificate.
This document has neither the name of the purported hospital in Hawaii, nor the attending physician. Could WND's justified curiosity and unrelenting determination to uncover the details of the president's birth have anything to do with the snubbing of the news site's White House correspondent?
Or is it because nobody takes Kinsolving seriously as a reporter since he's all about irrelevant gotcha questions like the birther stuff?