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Boo Time for Kerry Kids

Wednesday, 01 September 2004 12:00 AM


The two girls launched into the usual “Choose or Lose” blather, but the boos continued. Vanessa looked irritated, and Alexandra appeared shell-shocked.

Then the Bush twins,

The Kerry pair talked again, and the boos grew louder. When they asked for a vote for their father, the jeers almost drowned them out. Some cheers could be heard, but the boos won the night.

The Left Coast Report suspects that the DNC will reconsider its youth get-out-the-vote drive and return to pursuing votes of illegal aliens, felons and dead people.

It looks as if the chronically complaining

Using her Web site, Babs has posted an essay on the necessity of being smart. She states that “intelligence - is an important quality for a president to have.”

Then she brings up a commencement speech the president gave. It’s one where he showed some of his self-effacing humor.

Streisand maintains that when he quipped, “You ‘C’ students, you too can be president of the United States,” it proves that President Bush is “not embarrassed by his lack of intellect.”

After citing the usual lefty criticisms of Dubya, Streisand moans, “But this is what a president with a ‘C’ average gets you.”

The Left Coast Report asks, What was Babs’ average in college? Oh, wait. When it comes to higher ed, she was AWOL.

A couple of social conservative groups aren’t happy about Spears’ presence. Traditional Values Coalition’s Andrea Lafferty told the Scoop: “I do hope she won't be there. If she is there, I doubt that she'll be gyrating on stage. And I hope she doesn't have a wardrobe malfunction.”

Makes you wonder if she anticipates that Justin Timberlake has some Garden party plans.

Another group, Illinois Family Institute, is also perturbed at the possibility of the Republican pop tart performing. The group sent out an e-mail that read, “Through her immature antics, Spears has probably done more to undermine sexual morality than all the misguided legislation introduced in the United States over the last decade.”

IFI has even asked its members to phone the convention and protest the Spears’ pending concert.

Spears certainly has made some mistakes in the past, such as not wearing enough clothing, planting one on Madonna at last year's MTV Video Music Awards and marrying a guy for just a few minutes.

But there’s always hope for Britney.

The Left Coast Report says who knows, she could end up hanging with Sara Evans and Faith Hill instead of Madonna.

Prominent network and cable TV figures are playing curious roles in the soap opera trial of Scott Peterson.

It seems that prosecutors had to wait while a state appeals court and the California Supreme Court considered defense attorney Pat Harris’ argument that playing edited interviews of Peterson for the jury would be unfair.

When all of the judicial dust settled, the prosecutors were given the green light to play interviews that Peterson had done with ABC’s

In addition, there was the matter of the “Amber tapes,” which showed that Peterson was someone who would lie to his mother and cheat on his wife. But interestingly, the tape-recorded telephone conversations contained the voices of two high-profile media folks, too.

On the Jan. 31 tape, CBS reporter Mike Creel can be heard saying that he will keep Peterson up to date on the latest news on the case. Creel utters, “I'm still on your team, kid.”


The Left Coast Report hears a rumor that a similar message was left on the answering machine of Teresa Heinz Kerry.

Alabama delegate Rick Sellers tells the New York Daily News: “I think I'm going to contact the officials with the convention and have his media tag pulled. This is ridiculous!”

But Mississippi delegate Field Bryant sees an opportunity for conversion. “If he listens with his heart and his mind, he'll come out of there a changed man. Lord knows he needs some redemption.”

The Left Coast Report thinks Moore might have a change of heart when he sees his tax bill for this year.

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