The Fox News Channel has been granted a much-coveted front-row seat in the White House briefing room. Thanks to the fact the Helen Thomas went loony, or loonier. The White House Correspondents Association reports that an Associated Press reporter will be moved to the front-row center seat previously occupied by Helen Thomas since 1960. This means that the Fox correspondent will be able to jump up a row into the AP’s empty front-row seat. The red headed step child of the liberal elite National Public Radio, will move their correspondent up one row to the Fox old second-row seat. There was quite a battle for this seat as the players were Bloomberg News, NPR, AP and Fox lobbied for the Thomas seat. This sparked outrage from both Working Assets and MoveOn.org. They actually tried to claim it should have been given to NPR because they have no political lean. Anyone who has ever listened to NPR for more than a half hours know this is false. The best part of the story is that the upgrade was given to Fox as an acknowledgment of their length of service and commitment said the White House Correspondents Association board. We have to wonder if this was President Obama’s people throwing a bone to Fox. The President has been tough on them and on November third he is going to need all the friends he can get.
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