Don't ever let it be said I'm afraid to dish it out to stupid democrats.
Have you seen the footage of Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) ranting on the House floor yesterday? The first 45 or so seconds of this clip are pretty funny, he really goes a bit insane:
So let me get this straight Mr. Kennedy you, a member of Congress, are ripping the media? You, a member of a profession - if you want to call politics a profession - held in lower regard than the media, are ripping them for giving ink and air to another lying, disgraced, former member of your august body? You who have admitted to abusing illegal drugs and recently crashed your car into the anti-terror barriers of the Capitol while under the influence of prescription drugs then avoided responsibility by running off to rehab? Why should they bother taking anything you say as important and then wasting their time reporting it?
I'm willing to bet that while there are only two members of the media in the House chamber, they're probably not outnumbered by elected officials by very much. In fact, I'd bet that besides you, Mr. Kennedy, there may, may if you're lucky, be two or three other House members in that chamber.
And, if you didn't notice the little AP bug down there, The Associated Press was there. It covers you and your colleagues for the rest of the media so they don't have to waste their time listening to useless speeches. So you're just playing to the C-SPAN and Associated Press cameras, and you know this you coke-snorting, pill-popping drama queen.