Originally Posted by sushifan;2763443;
I see your point, however, the media also needs to learn that just because they ask, and ask, and ask doesn't mean that the person being asked is in anyway obligated to answer. I think it is a good thing when those in the public eye are just 'to the point'. I didn't read anything into his answers other than that he wasn't going to address those questions. They've been asked over and over again. In the beginning of these issues being address, while he may not have been direct, he did give an answer of sorts. He told them (Newsweek) he wasn't going to address these things and he didn't. We weren't really there, we aren't privy to the tone (words on a page can't convey the manner in which they were delivered only allows us to use our imagination) so I just assume that he was direct and fed up.