BUSH: Did you have your hand up?
QUESTION: I did, sir. Thank you very much, Mr. President.
At the Naval Academy last week, you spoke of a midshipman named Edward Slavis, who graduated and has served in Iraq, and you quoted him as saying that the mission will be a success and, 20 or 30 years from now, historians will look back on it and consider it America's golden moment.
QUESTION: I'm wondering, sir, if you agree with that assessment, and if so, why?
You think it's possible that the puppet in the president suit and flag lapel pin behind the Rose Garden podium answered "No"? I didn't see who asked the question on TV, but I can only assume from the tone of the question that Jeff Gannon's replacement has finally been found.
Not surprisingly, a search of the transcript does not reveal any hits for the phrase "Downing Street Memo." More surprisingly, the Press Corpse does not seem to have asked him about major news stories like the Runaway Bride® or Michael Jackson© or Steroids in Baseball either.