White House silent on Goode, Prager.

“White House officials said they were aware that some Democrats and Muslims were urging President Bush to admonish Representative Virgil H. Goode Jr., Republican of Virginia, and Dennis Prager, the conservative commentator, for suggesting that the first Muslim elected to the House had no place in Congress. ‘We’re aware of the situation,’ said Dana Perino, a spokeswoman for Mr. Bush, ‘but no judgments have been made.'”