Why is it OK for reporters to shout at Romney on sacred ground, but not at Obama in the Rose Garden?

If President Obama visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Poland, and the The Daily Caller's Neil Munro shouted a question to him about his alleged "gaffes" — would the media and Democrats defend Munro? (Romney did not commit gaffes, by the way.) Would the slams and barbs be directed at Obama for not answering the question?
Is the White House Rose Garden considered more sacred ground than the Tomb in Warsaw?

I'm waiting for the calls for the reporter who shouted at Romney to be fired. I'm waiting for that apology. I'm waiting for the same vitriol from colleagues in the media to be heaped upon her at least as much as what was dished out to Munro in a barrage of shameless, and rather transparent, faux outrage.
I'm waiting.

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