Call Brian Ross of ABC News at 212-456-7612 and tell him politely what you think of him bringing up "the blue dress" now
I just did.
Brian Ross is the head of ABC News Investigative Division. And this is why they wanted Clinton's White House schedule?
This is investigative journalism? The headline:
Oh, yeah, and then the subhead qualifies it: "May have" been in the White House.
So it's a fucking non-story story. Unbelievable. Stay classy, ABC. Stay classy.
We'll be waiting for Obama to condemn ABC for refighting the battles of the 90s. Yeah, right.
UPDATE Thank The God(ess)(e)(s) Of Your Choice, If Any, that standards at the Wall Street Urinal didn't sink after Murdoch took it over. They're right on top of the Vince Foster story.
UPDATE Glenn has more on these bottom-feeding voyeurs. As he rightly says:
Is there anyone other than reporters who, when Hillary was being pressured to release her First Lady schedule, thought about the fact that this would finally enable us to know whether she was in the White House and slept with Bill on the days when he had sex with Monica Lewinsky?
I'll bet that panty sniffin' fool Dave Broder did!
UPDATE And speaking of the Boyz on the Blogs, because CD [kisses!] wants me to stop being inappropriate, I'm going to reprint BooMan's response without comment:
I don't really care where Hillary was while Monica Lewinsky was going down on her husband in the Oval Office. It takes a total lack of professionalism for ABC News to report on this. But, as I said way, way back before the primaries even began, I do not want eight more years of discussing the Clintons' sex life. They exhausted me and the Democratic Party back in the 1990's. If you thought the media was going to hold themselves to a higher standard in this decade, you were smoking the pipe.
But the more important point is that Clinton cannot win the nomination at this point and she is only being destructive to Obama's chances out of some kind of sense of denial/entitlement/spite/plan for 2012. And I've had enough of it. I am barely even able to muster outrage on her behalf over this reporting.
OK, one comment. Five, four -- counting! -- three, two, one sentences until lift-off: The change of subject to "Hillary should quit." I wonder if Lord Kos--should he deign to comment -- will take that long?