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  • And so Fred Thompson is hitting the gym to get ready for the campaign trail, we hear. \ \ \ While we applaud his health consciousness and even though a lot of conservatives dig him, he still reminds us of a big angry bloodhound. \ \ \ We hate to be critical … wait, no we don’t. We love it. \ \ \ So … might we suggest an eye job. Nothing personal (we are SO ready ourselves). It’s cheap, doesn’t hurt much, a couple of weeks downtime and some Dermablend and you’re good to go. \ \ \ Here’s a freebie: Drs. Monte O. Harris and Eliot F. Battle, who run a swingin’ medical spa up in Chevy Chase. Give those fabulous men a call, sir, and tell them Miss Andrea sent you. You’ll be glad you did.\ \ \
  • Hurricanes are a lot better on the news when they wipe out populated areas. \ \ \ These last two, while Category 5, have been mega-anticlimactic because they hit some Third World coast. AS IF. We need wall-to-wall CNN video and some stellar Jim Cantore on the Weather Channel to make our storm coverage enjoyable. \ \ \ With those biceps, Mr. Cantore makes televised devastation so much hotter. Loving the guns, weatherboy. Loving the guns.\ \ \
  • From the Duh News files: Men like women who are hot; women are looking for more than just a nice guy. How much did that THAT survey cost? \ \ \
  • Dear John Edwards: \ \ \ We think you are attractive, in that Southern dude who owns a bunch of car dealerships sort of way … and yet this medical deal where we all hafta go to the doctor … honey, that’s socialism, dontchathink? \ \ \ What if we made all guys who had totally unfortunate hair get a better stylist? See … not very fun, is it?\ \ \ Big biscuits and happy campaigning,\ \ \ — Andrea Billups, national political reporter, The Washington Times
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    Andrea Billups

    Andrea Billups

    Andrea Billups is a Midwest-based national correspondent for The Washington Times. She is a native of West Virginia and received her undergraduate degree from Marshall University and her master's degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville. Her news career spans more than 20 years. She has reported for several newspapers, has edited two magazines and before joining the Times, ...

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