Ah, 2007, the time when Democratic presidential candidates rejected Fox News debates and instead debated at Yearly Kos. Now, flash forward to 2008:
Barack Obama is going where his campaign has never gone before: Fox News, where he'll be interviewed by Chris Wallace this weekend on Fox News Sunday.
The Obama camp has more or less shut out Fox ever since they ran with the fake story about him supposedly being educated in a madrassah, so this is a big break from the standard practice. Even before that, Obama didn't have much time for Fox -- by the channel's count, the time between his last sit-down interview with them and this upcoming one will have been 772 days.
For accepting the interview, Fox's Chris Wallace promptly implies Obama is lazy:
Wallace said if Obama had won Pennsylvania, he may not have accepted the invitation.
"If he had won he'd probably on a Caribbean island this weekend."
I'm sure this interview will go well for Obama. Except, in this case, if he ends up getting trashed, don't look online for any help in his defense.