During today's press briefing Tony Snow apologized to David Gregory for characterizing one his questions last week about the ISG report as "partisan." Snowjob may not know a lot of things, but at least he acknowledges -- for whatever reason -- that he's in the wrong on this one.
Transcript via WhiteHouse.gov :
SNOW: Okay, before I get to that, I want to address something else, because you and I had a conversation last week that got a whole lot of play in a lot of places where I used the term "partisan" in describing one of your questions. And I've thought a lot about that, and I was wrong. So I want to apologize and tell you I'm sorry for it. And the reason I do that is not only because it's the right thing to do, because I want people in this room and also people who watch these to understand that the relations in this room are professional and collegial. And if I expect you to do right by us, you have every right to expect that I'll do right by you.
So, in any event, I just want to say I'm sorry for that.
Will the wingnuts apologize next?