Have a Conservative Bias.
If you believe that a one-time, stunt-breach of White House security during a Democratic Administration, by attractive,
wealthy-looking celebrity dumpster-diving white people
looking to gin up interest a teevee deal using their own names (from the Chicago Tribune) --
State dinner crashers spur White House security probe-- deserves to be treated as national security threat of the highest order (I, for one, certainly do) requiring 24/7 wall-to-wall media coverage for days on end...
Couple had been trying to land spot on 'Real Housewives' TV show
WASHINGTON - -- The Secret Service has launched a "comprehensive investigation" of its security measures after two aspiring reality-TV stars crashed President Barack Obama's state dinner at the White House this week.
Tareq and Michaele Salahi, who have been auditioning to appear on the Bravo reality show "Real Housewives of D.C.," managed to stroll into the dinner for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and mingle with the power people of Washington even though they weren't on the invitation list.
An administration official said the gate-crashing incident was apparently a breakdown in Secret Service screening and not the work of the White House social office.
White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers, asked by The Associated Press on Thursday whether personnel from her office were at the checkpoint, said, "We were not."
The White House had requested an investigation, but the Secret Service had already begun one after discovering the incident.
...and you are not one of those unfortunate wretches whose long-term memory has been pulped to wingnut oatmeal from daily doses of Fox News rat poison, then you just have to ask yourself why it is that when it was a gay male hooker using an assumed name
who breached security day after day for two years -- who sat 50 feet from the President on any number of occasions
and to whom the Republican White House routinely leaked important stories -- that there was such an immediate and total media embargo on ANY mention of the story that virtually the only place it received any coverage whatsoever
was on an HB0 comedy show.