The Press Secretary's only obligation is to stand in front of the podium, No where does it say he has to answer any questions. He merely asks the press to ask them.--WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer 03:51, 29 October 2006 (UTC)

WTVEDDB: In the interest of not totally filling your talk page, I'm totally filling the article talk pages. So, it seems like when you wrote this there wasn't much to link out to anyway? I thought it might also have been part of a kind of "Originalist" conceit, like "there were no links in the Founding Father's Constitution, and so there will be no links in the Constitution today!" Which also feels truthy, if kinda weird, in this context. (I've never been a member of the Federalist Society, have you?)

I asked b/c I think it might help the piece if you either linked to some of the stuff that's around now OR somehow drew more deliberate attention to the fact that it has no links because it's "an antiquated document." I don't know how you would do it, but I think it might just add another layer of greatness if you could somehow make the whole page look more "archaic." But then, one of my principle reasons for loving the is the way it subverts so many conventions of Wikipediphilia, so maybe it's just me. Obviously, you don't need to do either thing (more/no links). This is already pretty near perfect. --thisniss 04:40, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

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