Gossip Roundup: Best Dressed Creepy Alum Edition

Washington Life magazine compiles its annual "A List." (Anything lame enough to put the President and his wife in the number one spot seems worth ignoring.) For Valentine's Day, Richard Berman, executive director of the Center for Consumer Freedom, sent chocolates and a "Valentine's Day Chocolates Liability and Indemnification Agreement" the George Washington University Law School professor supporting fast-food lawsuits. Fun fact: 23 out of 41 U.S. presidents were first born children. [WT]

Newly single Ethan Hawke hints at his political ambitions: "[Y]ou're much more likely to find great leadership coming from a man who likes to have sex with a lot of women than one who's monogamous." But Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic has decided against running for lieutenant governor of Washington state. Ben Affleck gets all cute about being "bumped" by President Bush. [Insert gratuitous sexual reference here.] [WP]

Clinton reneged on an endorsement he made at a cocktail party. Georgetown Voice weekly student newspaper gave the "Best creepy alum" award to the "ubiquitous Manny Miranda." Dems make cat-related suggestions at the Amazon listing for Bill Frist's "Good People Beget Good People: A Genealogy of the Frist Family." (Daschle's staffers, we're looking at you. . .) A letter listing ways to promote Medicare reform was sent to people who oppose it; hilarity ensues. Tom Kahn (Democratic staff director of the House budget committee) is engaged. All his friends seem to think his bride’s gonna bail. Tucker Carlson was as shocked as anyone to find out he and Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) were among the folks who had made Esquire’s list of "The Best Dressed Men in America" this month. (Not as shocked we are.) [Roll Call]

Larry Flynt goes all Moby with the story that Bush arranged for a girlfriend's abortion. Joe Conason hates stories about politicians’ sex lives. Unless they are Republicans. And he wrote them. [NYDN]

We're thinking this kind of clear thinking is what made him so successful: Dan Akroyd wants Bush to win reelection. Then wants Hillary to be prez. Ali Hewson, wife of U2 front man Bono, may run in this summer's election for the European Parliament. [NYDN]


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