Q Yes, the Reverend Ted Baehr, as chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission, says that while Mel Gibson's behavior was shocking, his apology should be taken to heart. And Attorney William Donohue, of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, said, "What Mel Gibson said was indefensible, anti-Semitic and irresponsible. Fortunately, he's apologized, which is being rejected by some who should know better." In 2003 Roman Polanski, the convicted child rapist, received a standing ovation when he won an Oscar. Nice to know what really offends Hollywood. And my question: Does the President forgive Mel Gibson or not? (Laughter.)A good follow up question might be as follows: Q - Really Tony, if Osama came to W and asked for forgiveness, would he give it? That there would be a real test of faith wouldn't it?
MR. SNOW: The President believes in the forgiveness of sins for all who seek forgiveness.
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
And The "Most-Loaded-Question" For A Whitehouse Beat Reporter Award Goes to...
Lester. Have a look at this and becareful not to gag as you read: