Aspiring young journalists who spent the decade following high school studying journalism, editing their college newspapers, completing internships, developing their craft at small publications and repaying student loans have learned that they miscalculated.
The proper preparation for a network assignment, it turns out, would have been bleaching their hair, partying hardy, getting arrested, pledging the Kappas as a legacy, getting arrested again and -- most important by far -- ensuring their father was a President, their grandfather was a President, and their great-grandfather was a Senator.
What's next? Hiring the Obama girls to cover Fed policy during summer vacations and over Christmas break?
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