Thursday, December 03, 2009

Sally Quinn Answers the Tough Questions.

All the Ezra Klein in the world can't make up for this shit.

The fact is that, in Washington, couples are almost never seated together. I was surprised to see that at the White House state dinner last week for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that some couples were seated together including Colin and Alma Powell and David Geffen and his partner Jeremy Lingvall. The Obamas, however, sat at different tables as did the prime minister and his wife, Gursharan Kaur. So the question this week is: Should couples be seated together at dinner?

My answer is emphatically no.

Woodward... Bernstein... Pincus... Shadid... Priest...

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