Gossip Roundup: Nowhere Near Man Enough for This Edition

Names & Faces: CNBC's Alan Murray on Kerry-Edwards: "It's follicle chauvinism." [WP]

Page Six: Gephardt lunches with agents at Michael's. . . Affleck at Kerry fundraiser: "Because of Bush's tax cuts, I saved a million and a half in taxes last year. Does anyone think that's fair?" [NYP, NYP]

Cindy Adams: Vetting of Kitty Kelley's book on the Bush dynasty has cost $1 million; drugs, mistresses, and Sharon Bush included. . . Ron Reagan writes foreward for If You Had Five Minutes With the President. [NYP]

Liz Smith: Alex Kerry has never met Simon Monjack. . . Kerry to give keynote at Redbook's Mother's & Shakers Awards. . . Robert Greenwald, director: "We've underestimated the audience's desire to see political material. I don't think it's about hating the president. It's that politics has been brought home to the deepest part of ourselves. People now feel 'politics is me.'" [NYP]

Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Elizabeth Edwards' brother, a NYU professor, speaks out: "But I imagine now I'll be doubling up what I normally do to work on the campaign. I'm nowhere near man enough for this. But I'll do whatever it takes - even injections of Swiss sheep placenta." [NYDN]

Rush & Molloy: Sharpton seen frequently with other woman. [NYDN]


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