Good... good... and you?
Heh. The WashPost's Dana Milbank (not to be confused with Dana Priest) offers an example of 'unfiltered news'.
With his underlings giving him such uniformly favorable reviews, Bush, who has said his aides are the "most objective sources" of news, has begun to anticipate good news even before it occurs. Greeting the Algerian president last week, he remarked: "That was a good meeting yesterday. We'll have a good meeting today."