Friday, January 23, 2009

Media Petition White House to Allow More Positive Stories

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Members of the media delivered a signed petition to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, demanding they be allowed to double the number of complimentary stories about President Obama. "We all could be doing so much more," said Time editor Paul Fisco, age 36. "So we really came down hard." After handing the petition to a Gibbs' aide, Fisco and other reporters, editors and anchor persons began crafting dozens of new stories placing the President, his family and pets, as well as his every decision and that of his administration in a warm, glowing light. "Gibbs better realize that we're serious," said Fisco. "These stories are coming out. He just better get used to it."

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