Gossip Roundup: Chunky Genes Edition

Washington Whispers: Luntz says Kerry's ads work, it's the candidate's live appearances that need help. . . Fred Thompson re-upped at NBC. . . Kerry aide: "Maybe if George Bush and his chicken-hawk buddies had seen battle, they'd know the difference between props and equipment that saves lives.". . . Kerry and JFK both sign as JK. [USN&WR]

Heard on the Hill: Slogan of new Bush-friendly ketchup: "Making Sure Kerry Doesn’t Ketchup to Dubya!" Heinz Co. flak responds, "Our ketchup is neither Democratic nor Republican. Our only leaning is toward hamburgers and hot dogs. Heinz ketchup is an equal opportunity condiment." [Roll Call]

Inside the Beltway: Laura's commencement address: "But I couldn't recall who gave the commencement address at the University of Texas in 1973. Maybe because that -- and I hate to admit it -- I skipped the ceremony. But I did look it up and I found out who gave that commencement address. And you can imagine my surprise when I discovered that it was some guy named George Bush. Four years after that speech, I married his son.". . . Maxine Waters: "I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion.". . . 1 in 3 adults believe politics and government are too complicated. [WT]

Page Six: Chatters disagree with Tina Brown's comments on Bush voters. Says one, "I have a flash for Tina. When it comes to elections, anyone who votes is a 'power player.' They must have nightmares about all of us little nobodies going to vote." [NYP]

Cindy Adams: Clinton's book--based on 4,000 handwritten pages--is not finished and will sell for over $35. [NYP]

Rush & Molloy: Kennedy on losing 40 pounds: "In my family, I was the one born with the chunky genes. I was also born with a good set of political genes. Because of my enthusiasm for John Kerry's campaign, the political genes are keeping the chunky genes in check." [NYDN]


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