Pro Life Visiting procedure at WH ?

About: a pro-life visiting policy at the obama white house? - abc news

Apparently ABC news blog picked up the story too! Is Obozo going to throw ABC news on the trash heap too?
source: ... The Beacon excerpted an email from the White House Visitors Office that asks expectant parents to register their future bundle of joy, "crazy as it may sound." They should give their family name as the last name, "baby" as the first name, "NMN" ("No Middle Name"), and the like. The email goes on to say that, "once the baby is born," the parents should update the information.

Wait. "Once the baby is born"? Well, yes: The policy is designed for those rare instances in which a pregnant woman's White House tour is scheduled near, or after, her due date, several officials familiar with the policy explained to Yahoo News. That's because if Mom, Dad, and Son registered to be cleared by the Secret Service, but Mom, Dad, Son, and Little Sis' show up at the White House, their security clearance is out of whack. And good luck getting the Secret Service to babysit. "All White House tour guests, regardless of age, are required to provide identification information as part of the tour request. This includes children and infants," according to Secret Service Spokesman Brian Leary.

"In the particular instance of an infant yet to be born at the time of the tour request, if they are expected to participate in the tour parents are expected to provide basic information as a placeholder," he told Yahoo News by telephone. "This placeholder information must be updated after the birth of the child and prior to the tour."

...I wonder if someone can actually pose the question to the WH person in charge & get the instruction for visits by pregnant people.


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Comments


Mark de LA says
The obvious thingy for Obozo is to wonder & say to himselves "is it true?" rather than "I hate it" ... & maligning the source.
Nope! Snuck not today. It is easily verified if you want. Brian Leary should be able to send you the info on how to register a pregnant spouse for a visit.


Mark de LA says
seth 2012-05-10 07:46:52 16001
I guess you didn't grock ... all that happened here was that Olivier Knox,  an obscure blogger, was picked up on the ABC blog via Yahoo, as he bloviated about Backmann's tweet which had the #personhood twist, but pointed back to the same old Beacon story.   As far as i have seen the Beacon story is the only source of this meme. 

Who do you want me to throw under the bus again ?


ABC of course!

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-05-10 09:38:19 16001
M 2012-05-10 09:13:37 16001
seth 2012-05-10 08:55:08 16001
M 2012-05-10 08:24:47 16001
The obvious thingy for Obozo is to wonder & say to himselves "is it true?" rather than "I hate it" ... & maligning the source.
Nope! Snuck not today. It is easily verified if you want. Brian Leary should be able to send you the info on how to register a pregnant spouse for a visit.

Don't remember saying "I hate it". 

Yes it would be nice to get more tangible information, however, I am not sufficiently interested to spend time finding it  myself.  My nose tells me that this is pretty close to some kind of bureaucratic gobbly gook if not pure fabrication.  I seriously doubt that it will find any traction.  But by all means, if you find some more info, please keep me informed.
Quick draw McGraw ready to insult the source does it again but is ininterested in the content of the article. I call that in the context of literary license "I hate it".


... I'm disinterested in the story because there is no *there*, there.  The content of the story is an absurdity on its face.  The WH is not interested in registering an visiting unborn child, ... but who knows they may want to know if a visitor is pregnant ... though i can't imagine why.   For me the only interesting story is how far the Center For American Freedom, a Super Pac by another name, will go to concoct some absurdity about the Obama White House.  




Well, your sources are FUCKED! deal with it in your Quick Draw McGraw fashion & I will do so with yours.

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-05-10 08:55:08 16001

M 2012-05-10 08:24:47 16001
The obvious thingy for Obozo is to wonder & say to himselves "is it true?" rather than "I hate it" ... & maligning the source.
Nope! Snuck not today. It is easily verified if you want. Brian Leary should be able to send you the info on how to register a pregnant spouse for a visit.

Don't remember saying "I hate it". 

Yes it would be nice to get more tangible information, however, I am not sufficiently interested to spend time finding it  myself.  My nose tells me that this is pretty close to some kind of bureaucratic gobbly gook if not pure fabrication.  I seriously doubt that it will find any traction.  But by all means, if you find some more info, please keep me informed.
Quick draw McGraw ready to insult the source does it again but is ininterested in the content of the article. I call that in the context of literary license "I hate it".
 

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-05-10 09:11:55 16001
M 2012-05-10 07:49:03 16001
seth 2012-05-10 07:46:52 16001
I guess you didn't grock ... all that happened here was that Olivier Knox,  an obscure blogger, was picked up on the ABC blog via Yahoo, as he bloviated about Backmann's tweet which had the #personhood twist, but pointed back to the same old Beacon story.   As far as i have seen the Beacon story is the only source of this meme. 

Who do you want me to throw under the bus again ?


ABC of course!

Why would you have me throw ABC under the bus ... as far as i can tell they just aggregated a post from Oliver Knox who works for Yahoo

ABC was a megaphone!

Seth says
M 2012-05-10 09:46:19 16001
seth 2012-05-10 09:38:19 16001
M 2012-05-10 09:13:37 16001
seth 2012-05-10 08:55:08 16001
M 2012-05-10 08:24:47 16001
The obvious thingy for Obozo is to wonder & say to himselves "is it true?" rather than "I hate it" ... & maligning the source.
Nope! Snuck not today. It is easily verified if you want. Brian Leary should be able to send you the info on how to register a pregnant spouse for a visit.

Don't remember saying "I hate it". 

Yes it would be nice to get more tangible information, however, I am not sufficiently interested to spend time finding it  myself.  My nose tells me that this is pretty close to some kind of bureaucratic gobbly gook if not pure fabrication.  I seriously doubt that it will find any traction.  But by all means, if you find some more info, please keep me informed.
Quick draw McGraw ready to insult the source does it again but is ininterested in the content of the article. I call that in the context of literary license "I hate it".


... I'm disinterested in the story because there is no *there*, there.  The content of the story is an absurdity on its face.  The WH is not interested in registering an visiting unborn child, ... but who knows they may want to know if a visitor is pregnant ... though i can't imagine why.   For me the only interesting story is how far the Center For American Freedom, a Super Pac by another name, will go to concoct some absurdity about the Obama White House.  




Well, your sources are FUCKED! deal with it in your Quick Draw McGraw fashion & I will do so with yours.

I have no idea what you mean by that.  In this case my sources are the same as yours: that which can be discovered on the web.

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-05-10 09:56:07 16001
M 2012-05-10 09:46:19 16001
seth 2012-05-10 09:38:19 16001
M 2012-05-10 09:13:37 16001
seth 2012-05-10 08:55:08 16001
M 2012-05-10 08:24:47 16001
The obvious thingy for Obozo is to wonder & say to himselves "is it true?" rather than "I hate it" ... & maligning the source.
Nope! Snuck not today. It is easily verified if you want. Brian Leary should be able to send you the info on how to register a pregnant spouse for a visit.

Don't remember saying "I hate it". 

Yes it would be nice to get more tangible information, however, I am not sufficiently interested to spend time finding it  myself.  My nose tells me that this is pretty close to some kind of bureaucratic gobbly gook if not pure fabrication.  I seriously doubt that it will find any traction.  But by all means, if you find some more info, please keep me informed.
Quick draw McGraw ready to insult the source does it again but is ininterested in the content of the article. I call that in the context of literary license "I hate it".


... I'm disinterested in the story because there is no *there*, there.  The content of the story is an absurdity on its face.  The WH is not interested in registering an visiting unborn child, ... but who knows they may want to know if a visitor is pregnant ... though i can't imagine why.   For me the only interesting story is how far the Center For American Freedom, a Super Pac by another name, will go to concoct some absurdity about the Obama White House.  




Well, your sources are FUCKED! deal with it in your Quick Draw McGraw fashion & I will do so with yours.

I have no idea what you mean by that.  In this case my sources are the same as yours: that which can be discovered on the web.
When all else fails - PLAY DUMB!

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