Let's face it: Gibson is mad because SP refuses to kiss the media's ass. Given the chance to throw her off balance, Gibson shows no class forcing to answer questions to his liking. Luckily, I wasn't the only one to notice. Alessandra Stanley at the NYT noticed, too.
Mr. Gibson, who sat back in his chair, impatiently wriggling his foot, had the skeptical, annoyed tone of a university president who agrees to interview the daughter of a trustee but doesn’t believe she merits admission.
While she says that Gibson was fair and balanced (gee, who else says they're Fair and Balanced?), she admits:
But his attitude was at times supercilious: He asked if a nuclear Iran posed an “existential threat” to Israel, as if it were the land of Sartre, not Sabras.
It's official: you're on the list, Gibson.