First of all, yeah, they have been being rather obvious about their fawning over the Obammessiah. Secondly, Hillary: Welcome to our world! Get over it!
That being said, I’m of a split mind on this. On the one hand, the press rather deserves this. The way they take sides when they’re supposed to be objective, especially in something as great as import as picking the leader of the free world, is putrid and antithetical to the profession.
On the other hand, this is how she did things during the ’90s, and it would be vastly worse should she become President. This is an individual who holds grudges, and would use the power of the Presidency in a way that Nixon only wished he could have.
Still, one absolutely has to snigger at seeing the press get theirs. A lot.
The press crew had started the day about 5 a.m. with the candidate at a windblown factory gate in Toledo, Ohio, before descending into muggy Texas. According to Roug, there were moans among the reporters when only two wall plugs were found. But then came sighs of relief that despite the unsavory circumstances, the bathroom did have Wi-Fi, just like a Starbucks toilet.