Further adding to the festivities was a presentation by former President Bill Clinton on Thursday evening. “He’s going to lay out his vision for re-taking the House,” said a House leadership staffer beforehand. “It’s something we’re all looking forward to.”
Clinton planned to stay the night, and while he’s making the speech gratis, the House Democratic caucus is picking up the tab for his suite and his entourage’s housing.
Clinton’s speech had been planned before the Bush SOTUS, so Democrats on Thursday morning were anticipating a classic Clinton gabfest. “I’m planning on having plenty of fluids in front of me for that one,” said a House member before getting on a bus for the trip. “It could go on for a couple hours if he’s on a roll.”p> A HEAD START br> Talk about using the old bean. A Connecticut entrepreneur is selling white leather yarmulkes with a red, white and blue logo that, with clever positioning, reads “Lieberman 4 President 2004.” The same businessman sold similar yarmulkes during the 2000 campaign that featured both
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