Obama travel press corps pushes for on-the-record briefings.

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JERUSALEM-- Aboard the Obama campaign plane flying from Jordan to Israel Tuesday night, reporters collectively balked when Obama staffers wanted to brief a second time in one day without having their names used. The reporters refused and so there was no briefing.The upshot of sticking together: when Obama foreign policy advisor Susan Rice briefs on Wednesday morning, it will be on the record.


Is the Obama campaign paying for the ad space all around the Sun-Times? Its inclusion of the plane and the motto was a nice touch. Or is this coming from the same Sun-Times department that brought us Blagojevich's Healthy Kids quotes?

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Lynn Sweet

Lynn Sweet is a columnist and the Washington Bureau Chief for the Chicago Sun-Times.

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