Photogs can't film famed fanny?

Daniel Halper over at the Weekly Standard reported that an ABC news team was forbidden by Hillary Clinton’s campaign team from shooting news film of the candidate boarding her campaign plane.  Halper said an ABC reporter informed him that Hillary remained in her car until the newshounds had boarded their own aircraft before mounting the stairs herself.

I confess: my first thought was that perhaps she’d been imbibing and might have difficulty navigating the steps, but then a more prosaic explanation popped into my head.  All celebrities prefer to be photographed and filmed from their best sides. As anyone who’s seen Hill in her ever present pantsuit duty uniform step out from behind a podium can attest, her backside can’t possibly be her best side.  And let’s face it, folks: that’s the side that photogs film when the celeb’s climbing up to the cabin.

Whaddaya think?  Did I get to the bottom of this or am I just being petty?

Daniel Halper over at the Weekly Standard reported that an ABC news team was forbidden by Hillary Clinton’s campaign team from shooting news film of the candidate boarding her campaign plane.  Halper said an ABC reporter informed him that Hillary remained in her car until the newshounds had boarded their own aircraft before mounting the stairs herself.

I confess: my first thought was that perhaps she’d been imbibing and might have difficulty navigating the steps, but then a more prosaic explanation popped into my head.  All celebrities prefer to be photographed and filmed from their best sides. As anyone who’s seen Hill in her ever present pantsuit duty uniform step out from behind a podium can attest, her backside can’t possibly be her best side.  And let’s face it, folks: that’s the side that photogs film when the celeb’s climbing up to the cabin.

Whaddaya think?  Did I get to the bottom of this or am I just being petty?