re AP phone records story. Perfect symbiosis between Prez and mainstream media. They're ass kissers and Obama's telling them to kiss his ass—
Dennis Miller Show (@DennisDMZ) May 13, 2013
Obama Govt taking AP phone records hit media hard last night, like spouse learning for first time their partner has been unfaithful…—
MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) May 14, 2013
The Associated Press sucked up to the school bully and was shocked to find itself stuffed into a locker.
The news that the Justice Department secretly collected two months of AP reporters’ phone records raised ire on the Left and the Right about political intimidation and freedom of the press. But at the same time, conservatives couldn’t help enjoying the sweet, sweet taste of lapdog tears.
How do you like President Boyfriend now, AP?
Bet those White House donuts are repeating on you today, huh?
The AP expected a "relationship" with a man who had a composite girlfriend?—
Keith Burgin (@KeithBurgin) May 14, 2013
Jay Carney: "C'mon, those AP phone records were from 2012. That's like a billion years ago."—
(@Blaknsam) May 13, 2013
They told me if I voted for Romney the President would wiretap the home phones of 100 AP journalists — and they were right!—
Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) May 13, 2013
NOTE: The AP Style Guide just changed the term "bugging phones" to "AP-ing phones"—
Matthew Naugle (@MattNaugle) May 13, 2013
Don't worry AP, the Feds were just listening for tips on how to make stylistic edits.—
Matt Cover (@MattCover) May 13, 2013
Dear AP: Toldja so! Love, Conservatives.
Wait for it, AP. Just wait:
Could NBC be next? Nah:
The DOJ didn't spy on NBC reporters' phone records since they voluntarily forward them to the White House.—
Jon Gabriel (@ExJon) May 13, 2013