He said that any love is good loveFunny stuff, indeed.
So I took what I could get, yes, I took what I could get...
MATTHEWS: Well, before we go to break, a lighter moment here. Hillary Clinton is choosing her campaign song right now, she says, and she's askingWell, I guess all is fair... we stole his "Tell Me Something I don't Know" bit for the end of our show, so we'll call it a journalistic exchange of sorts.
for our suggestion.
Senator HILLARY CLINTON: (From Web video) It's something we've been struggling with, debating, agonizing over for months. So now I'm turning to you, the American people. Here's the issue: What do you think our campaign song should be?
MATTHEWS: Her Web site lists 10 tunes to choose from. But rather buy into her multiple choice, we've gathered some tunes of our own with a bit more bite. For instance, this gets right to the Hillary's la difference in this campaign.
(Clip of Tom Jones' "She's a Lady")
MATTHEWS: Is that a piece of lint?
Or how about this one that hints at what she might do to her Republican rivals?
(Clip of Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots are Made for Walkin'")
MATTHEWS: I, of course, like this one that we're going to show right now, which plays up her biggest campaign asset.
(Clip of The Angels' "My Boyfriend's Back")
MATTHEWS: That song is so fraught with possible meanings. Katty Kay, do you have an idea for what will spruce up this campaign with the right lyrics and tune?
Ms. KAY: I would say that one that is not going to be is "Stand By Your Man."
MATTHEWS: Oh, gosh.
Ms. KAY: But perhaps how about "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"?
Ms. MITCHELL: How about "I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar"?
MATTHEWS: Oh, a little feminist front line action there. David?
Mr. BROOKS: I was starting with "Evita," then "Maneater."
Ms. MITCHELL: Oh!
Ms. KAY: Ooh!
Mr. BROOKS: But then I think she should go for just "Jesus Christ Superstar," just do the whole thing.
MATTHEWS: Oh, my God.
Bob, do you have a thought here?
Mr. WOODWARD: I think the person who suggested in the campaign that she do this is going to be fired by next week.
MATTHEWS: There was a grating aspect to this.
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