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44, thinkers, writers, media students, (*) others need to... pose questions of national importance...

435 + 50 = Jay Carney(**), a slow pipeline to Obama, 44...

This website is here as the venue for all with opinions phrased as questions who want to start at the top...

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  Setting: The White House Press Room
  Invitation: Sit-in on questions you may have wanted to ask...
  Virtual Reporter: We've added our own rows, in addition to the traditional seven-by-seven (49) position chart...

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  In America, Your Fourth Branch of Government:

Your First Amendment, endangered though it may be, is in the hands of the legitimate reporters seated in the 49 assigned chairs in the White House press room. Are they getting answers to questions posed???
  Why this Website?

I want my Internet space, eight row left, looking at the podium. Oh, say for the recent five decades I’ve wanted one of the seats in the White House press room… through all of those press secretaries in the various administrations.

I always had a question for the briefings. And when the president is holding sway, the urge to take part is enhanced. Now, since there is a chair marked GRUMP RADIO, I have a spot, in spirit, that is. With plenty of company in the additional rows.

I go into this website knowing our president, any president, has powers to make decisions not in keeping with consensus. His or her, when that happens, is in a position to use his executive orders to serve this nation. He has that bully pulpit… he has veto power.

I have questions… Follow along, cousin.

– Doral Chenoweth

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