Make it Official

Make it Official

Oh, I know, it is only speculation that Tony Snow will become the third Press Secretary of the Bush administration, following in the footsteps of Ari Fleisher and Scott McClelland. And if is is Tony Snow that replaces McClelland, the only dramatic change will be the cut in Snow's salary. Do you think that Snow would be willing to take the cut in pay to read the daily talking points and espouse the party line from inside the White House press room as compared to the confines of the Faux studio?

And then there is Rupert Murdoch. Will Murdoch "take one for the team" and let Snow out of his contractual obligations so he could "serve at the presidents leisure?" Surely such a personal sacrafice would have its rewards for Murdoch. Imagine the free advertisement for Faux. Just below Tony's US flag lapel pin would be the Faux News lapel pin.


Blogger historymike said...

Snow would definitely love this, because his mug would be on TV seven days a week.

This also gets him inside the White House, and would provide him with a view that he would salivate over.

Plus, anything he loses now he will make up for in a book deal or new program in the future.

4/22/2006 8:04 PM  
Blogger M A F said...

Mike, I was thinking along those same lines...there is certainly the career post Press Secretary that will offer him a chance to cash in. I was thinking that between Snow and Murdoch there has to be at least a book deal, if not a made for TV movie that they could both profit from.

4/22/2006 10:44 PM  

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