During a White House press briefing on Monday, Fox News' Ed Henry asked Press Secretary Jay Carney if the White House displays a portrait of Saul Alinsky for its staff to look up to. Carney's answer was less than direct, and would seem to hint that there just might be something to the Alinsky portrait rumors. "I wonder if you could clear something up," Henry began. "Newt Gingrich keeps saying on the campaign trail that the President's vision comes from Saul Alinsky, the community organizer. I haven't heard you asked about him but... Is there some kind of portrait of him hanging up in the White House that people look up to or is this BS?" "Look," Carney said. "The President's background as a community organizer is well documented in his own books. His experience in that field contributed to who he is today. But his experiences abroad also included alot of other areas in his life. So I'll just leave it at that." He added, "Have I said how much fun I had as a reporter covering Congress from 1996 to 1998? There was a certain bombast to it at the time. Lots of colorful things to cover."
(h/t: Fox Nation)