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Insider Report: Hillary VP Talk Heats Up

Sunday, 15 February 2004 12:00 AM

Headlines (Scroll down for complete stories):
1. Hillary VP Talk Heats Up
2. Guilty Until Proven Innocent
3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother
4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

1. Hillary VP Talk Heats Up

With all the chatter that a Kerry-Edwards ticket is in the works, don't bet on it - yet.

Washington is abuzz that Sen. Hillary Clinton still may consider the VP option.

NewsMax has repeatedly warned that Hillary would take the second slot if she thought the Democrats had a good shot at taking the White House.

Agreeing with that assessment is former Clinton adviser Dick Morris.

Morris said this week that the VP slot is Hillary's if she wants it.

Some pundits have dismissed the idea of having two Northeast liberals - Kerry and Hillary - on the same ticket.

While the Kerry-Edwards ticket might give some geographic and ideological balance, Morris argues that a Kerry-Hillary ticket would bring more votes to the ticket.

He says Hillary would motivate the Democratic base - special interest groups such as feminists, unions, pro-choicers et al. - as no other candidate could. And that, Morris says, would be more important for the ticket.

Other Washington pundits tell NewsMax they doubt Edwards could even rope in North Carolina for the Democrats with ultra-liberal Kerry leading the ticket.

But Hillary's addition to the ticket may just make several key swing states - such as Florida, Iowa, Arkansas, New Mexico and Ohio - winnable for the Democrats.

The bottom line is Morris' advice to Hillary: Take the VP slot. Even if you lose, you win as the presumptive nominee for 2008. If Edwards is the VP candidate and loses, he will be a leading candidate for 2008.

2. Guilty Until Proven Innocent

The Democrats' new slogan seems to be "Guilty until proven innocent, and even after proven innocent," at least regarding President Bush.

You'd think the self-described civil liberties groups would be in an uproar, but they and their media allies don't seem to mind a bit the demands of Terry McAuliffe and company that the president disprove any wild allegations the Dems make.

Obviously they've gone back to one of their favorite strategies: Tell a lie often enough and people will start to believe it.

As NewsMax reported Friday, McAuliffe and John Kerry are backing off now that a retired Alabama Air National Guard officer has confirmed Bush's service … and now that we've dug up details of Kerry's unsavory history of radical activism, the most awful part of which is not his support from "Hanoi" Jane Fonda but rather the revelation by B.G. Burkett in his book "Stolen Valor" that Kerry had phony "veterans" give false testimony about fictional U.S. atrocities in Vietnam.

But if the Democrats want to subvert our system of justice and put the burden of proof on the accused, anyone can play that game. According to their rationale, they'd have to prove:

That Bill Clinton didn't burn any U.S. flags during his anti-American protests in England as he sat out the Vietnam War.

  • That Howard Dean isn't from Mars and Nancy Pelosi isn't from Venus.

  • That Sen. Patty "Osama Mama" Murray has never had an altar to Osama bin Laden in her home.

  • (OK, and just for laughs) that McAuliffe isn't the love child of Bozo the Clown and Phyllis Diller.

    That oughtta keep 'em busy.

    3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother

    Who's the biggest carnivore on the Supreme Court of the United States?

    We bet you're guessing Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas or William Rehnquist, but don't leave out Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Some Democrats are in a dither over Scalia's duck-hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney, but Ginsburg refuses to be drawn into the fuss. At a Rotary luncheon Tuesday in Honolulu, she instead complimented her conservative colleague on his deer-hunting skills and sang praises of the delectability of his venison.

    She should know. Strange as it might seem, she and Scalia, though ideological opposites, are longtime friends. They and their spouses feasted on venison on New Year's Day, courtesy of Scalia's shotgun and steady aim.

    "Justice Scalia has been more successful at deer hunting than he has at duck hunting," Ginsburg said as the audience laughed.

    4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

    Did you happen to see "The Tonight Show" Thursday? It was one of the most pathetic things we've ever seen on TV.

    Forget the Super Bowl's halftime show. Here was a bloated, pasty, wobbly Cybill Shepherd pulling up her skirt, making grunting noises and thrusting her hips, all to woo White House wannabe Dennis Kucinich.

    Displaying her charm and wit to the twice-divorced congressman, as well as her red panties, she shrieked, "I'm ready for a wardrobe malfunction!"

    Poor Kucinich. Even though Jay Leno and the other late-night hosts have ridiculed his unpopular candidacy for months, he agreed to appear in a "Dating Game" skit in a desperate attempt for publicity. And oh, did he look uncomfortable.

    He ended up bypassing Shepherd as well as token conservative Kim Serafin in favor of actress Jennifer Tilly, who lisped, "How's your hanging chad?"

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  • That Howard Dean isn't from Mars and Nancy Pelosi isn't from Venus.

  • That Sen. Patty "Osama Mama" Murray has never had an altar to Osama bin Laden in her home.

  • (OK, and just for laughs) that McAuliffe isn't the love child of Bozo the Clown and Phyllis Diller.

    That oughtta keep 'em busy.

    3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother

    Who's the biggest carnivore on the Supreme Court of the United States?

    We bet you're guessing Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas or William Rehnquist, but don't leave out Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Some Democrats are in a dither over Scalia's duck-hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney, but Ginsburg refuses to be drawn into the fuss. At a Rotary luncheon Tuesday in Honolulu, she instead complimented her conservative colleague on his deer-hunting skills and sang praises of the delectability of his venison.

    She should know. Strange as it might seem, she and Scalia, though ideological opposites, are longtime friends. They and their spouses feasted on venison on New Year's Day, courtesy of Scalia's shotgun and steady aim.

    "Justice Scalia has been more successful at deer hunting than he has at duck hunting," Ginsburg said as the audience laughed.

    4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

    Did you happen to see "The Tonight Show" Thursday? It was one of the most pathetic things we've ever seen on TV.

    Forget the Super Bowl's halftime show. Here was a bloated, pasty, wobbly Cybill Shepherd pulling up her skirt, making grunting noises and thrusting her hips, all to woo White House wannabe Dennis Kucinich.

    Displaying her charm and wit to the twice-divorced congressman, as well as her red panties, she shrieked, "I'm ready for a wardrobe malfunction!"

    Poor Kucinich. Even though Jay Leno and the other late-night hosts have ridiculed his unpopular candidacy for months, he agreed to appear in a "Dating Game" skit in a desperate attempt for publicity. And oh, did he look uncomfortable.

    He ended up bypassing Shepherd as well as token conservative Kim Serafin in favor of actress Jennifer Tilly, who lisped, "How's your hanging chad?"

    If you are not an e-mail subscriber, get Insider Report and other breaking news alerts by Clicking Here.
     

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  • That Sen. Patty "Osama Mama" Murray has never had an altar to Osama bin Laden in her home.

  • (OK, and just for laughs) that McAuliffe isn't the love child of Bozo the Clown and Phyllis Diller.

    That oughtta keep 'em busy.

    3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother

    Who's the biggest carnivore on the Supreme Court of the United States?

    We bet you're guessing Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas or William Rehnquist, but don't leave out Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Some Democrats are in a dither over Scalia's duck-hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney, but Ginsburg refuses to be drawn into the fuss. At a Rotary luncheon Tuesday in Honolulu, she instead complimented her conservative colleague on his deer-hunting skills and sang praises of the delectability of his venison.

    She should know. Strange as it might seem, she and Scalia, though ideological opposites, are longtime friends. They and their spouses feasted on venison on New Year's Day, courtesy of Scalia's shotgun and steady aim.

    "Justice Scalia has been more successful at deer hunting than he has at duck hunting," Ginsburg said as the audience laughed.

    4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

    Did you happen to see "The Tonight Show" Thursday? It was one of the most pathetic things we've ever seen on TV.

    Forget the Super Bowl's halftime show. Here was a bloated, pasty, wobbly Cybill Shepherd pulling up her skirt, making grunting noises and thrusting her hips, all to woo White House wannabe Dennis Kucinich.

    Displaying her charm and wit to the twice-divorced congressman, as well as her red panties, she shrieked, "I'm ready for a wardrobe malfunction!"

    Poor Kucinich. Even though Jay Leno and the other late-night hosts have ridiculed his unpopular candidacy for months, he agreed to appear in a "Dating Game" skit in a desperate attempt for publicity. And oh, did he look uncomfortable.

    He ended up bypassing Shepherd as well as token conservative Kim Serafin in favor of actress Jennifer Tilly, who lisped, "How's your hanging chad?"

    If you are not an e-mail subscriber, get Insider Report and other breaking news alerts by Clicking Here.
     

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  • (OK, and just for laughs) that McAuliffe isn't the love child of Bozo the Clown and Phyllis Diller.

    That oughtta keep 'em busy.

    3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother

    Who's the biggest carnivore on the Supreme Court of the United States?

    We bet you're guessing Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas or William Rehnquist, but don't leave out Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Some Democrats are in a dither over Scalia's duck-hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney, but Ginsburg refuses to be drawn into the fuss. At a Rotary luncheon Tuesday in Honolulu, she instead complimented her conservative colleague on his deer-hunting skills and sang praises of the delectability of his venison.

    She should know. Strange as it might seem, she and Scalia, though ideological opposites, are longtime friends. They and their spouses feasted on venison on New Year's Day, courtesy of Scalia's shotgun and steady aim.

    "Justice Scalia has been more successful at deer hunting than he has at duck hunting," Ginsburg said as the audience laughed.

    4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

    Did you happen to see "The Tonight Show" Thursday? It was one of the most pathetic things we've ever seen on TV.

    Forget the Super Bowl's halftime show. Here was a bloated, pasty, wobbly Cybill Shepherd pulling up her skirt, making grunting noises and thrusting her hips, all to woo White House wannabe Dennis Kucinich.

    Displaying her charm and wit to the twice-divorced congressman, as well as her red panties, she shrieked, "I'm ready for a wardrobe malfunction!"

    Poor Kucinich. Even though Jay Leno and the other late-night hosts have ridiculed his unpopular candidacy for months, he agreed to appear in a "Dating Game" skit in a desperate attempt for publicity. And oh, did he look uncomfortable.

    He ended up bypassing Shepherd as well as token conservative Kim Serafin in favor of actress Jennifer Tilly, who lisped, "How's your hanging chad?"

    If you are not an e-mail subscriber, get Insider Report and other breaking news alerts by Clicking Here.
     

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    That oughtta keep 'em busy.

    3. The Justices Who Ate Bambi's Mother

    Who's the biggest carnivore on the Supreme Court of the United States?

    We bet you're guessing Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas or William Rehnquist, but don't leave out Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    Some Democrats are in a dither over Scalia's duck-hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney, but Ginsburg refuses to be drawn into the fuss. At a Rotary luncheon Tuesday in Honolulu, she instead complimented her conservative colleague on his deer-hunting skills and sang praises of the delectability of his venison.

    She should know. Strange as it might seem, she and Scalia, though ideological opposites, are longtime friends. They and their spouses feasted on venison on New Year's Day, courtesy of Scalia's shotgun and steady aim.

    "Justice Scalia has been more successful at deer hunting than he has at duck hunting," Ginsburg said as the audience laughed.

    4. Kucinich's Dating Disaster

    Did you happen to see "The Tonight Show" Thursday? It was one of the most pathetic things we've ever seen on TV.

    Forget the Super Bowl's halftime show. Here was a bloated, pasty, wobbly Cybill Shepherd pulling up her skirt, making grunting noises and thrusting her hips, all to woo White House wannabe Dennis Kucinich.

    Displaying her charm and wit to the twice-divorced congressman, as well as her red panties, she shrieked, "I'm ready for a wardrobe malfunction!"

    Poor Kucinich. Even though Jay Leno and the other late-night hosts have ridiculed his unpopular candidacy for months, he agreed to appear in a "Dating Game" skit in a desperate attempt for publicity. And oh, did he look uncomfortable.

    He ended up bypassing Shepherd as well as token conservative Kim Serafin in favor of actress Jennifer Tilly, who lisped, "How's your hanging chad?"

    If you are not an e-mail subscriber, get Insider Report and other breaking news alerts by Clicking Here.
     

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