DURST: Paula Jones Testimony

Hey everybody, there's a brand new circus in town and Paula Jones is the designated ringmaster, or head clown. I guess non head clown would be more like it if you believe her testimony. In a desperate attempt to slide up the greased chute to the semi big time, Paula got her teeth fixed, dropped the tropical fish makeup routine, lost a couple stories off her hair and is now almost respectable enough for her own Psychic Friends Hotline show. She even appears to have taken lessons from a junior high pep squad member on how not to overdraw her lipline. Perhaps a guest shot on Regis & Kathi Lee would be a fitting reward for a young ingenue who managed to turn Bill Clinton into the first U.S. President ever grilled as a defendant in a court case while still in office. Ironic isn't it, since "grilled" is pretty much what Paula claims Bill tried to do back in that Arkansas hotel room in 91. Originally the deposition was to occur at the White House, but once that nosy media heard about it, Clinton's lawyers moved it so Jones wouldn't be photographed traipsing around the House. I don't imagine Hillary was all that thrilled with the idea either. Maybe if Paula brought her some cotton candy.Will Durst thinks a gag order in this case is redundant.

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