Gossip Roundup: Everybody Pretend to Be Irish Edition

The Reliable Source: Ex-staffers angry at GirlsGoingOut.com founder Farrah Ashline for not making good on the promise of "a lot of money." What? A dotcom that has failed to make good on initial expectations? We're shocked, shocked. Two limericks in the spirit of Saint Patrick Day, one from Ed Gillespie about Kerry: "There once was a man from Nantucket, / Whose misstatements could fill up a bucket. / Oft the truth he has bent, / Like his Irish descent. / Of his record he says, 'I'll just duck it.'" Another from DNC flak about Bush: "There also was a Yank from Connecticut, / Who utterly lacked any etiquette. / He claimed Texas blood, / Threw the truth in the mud. / Think his word is his bond? Don't bet on it." [WP]

Heard on the Hill: Cashier gives Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) a hard time for not having proper identification with his credit card. "It was funny because a lot of people seemed to know who he was - they were all whispering, �That'�s Senator Daschle.�� I felt real silly. It kind of made my day really interesting," said the store manager. . . Rep. Zach Wamp (R-Tenn.) collides with Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D-Tenn.) on the basketball court: "We heard bones pop, and we weren�'t sure what it was." [Roll Call]

The Scoop: Judith Leiber handbags are on display at the George Bush Presidential Library and Mueseum because they "are one of the few products still made by hand in the [U.S.]" Says one visitor, "It�s not exactly the sort of thing I associate with George H. W. Bush. We�re at war with the terrorists and so I was expecting something a little more weighty and political." [MSNBC]

Rush & Molloy: Jeff Schroeder on his Imaginary Foreign Leader Endorsement: "It is a parody... I didn't expect the fake bids to go that high." [NYDN]

Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: New book claims Hillary Clinton said in 1970: "You sold out, you motherf-, you sold out!"[NYDN]

Page Six: More lapses in taste -- Janet Maslin of The New York Times was a donating Deaniac. [NYP]


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