Oh, please let it be so. Who among us would not like to see the return of HRC to the national - nay, international! - spotlight? I know I would. That would explain her sudden emergence in the squee-making garbage bag ball gown last week - she's practicing for all those diplomatic formalwear occasions.
The question is not will Hillary accept the position, but rather which Hillary will accept the position? Will it be the one we saw on the campaign trail who was spackled up with pancake and the main support of the big bead industry, or will it be the more recent Golda Meir-ish/Saggy Baggy Saddlebags HRC that we've had only rare glimpses of since she gave up her quest for the presidency?
Who cares (insert interrobang here) We'll take either one. Love you, Hillz! Don't make us wait too much longer.
"Kennedy, D-Mass., was greeted by a rousing cheer from his staff on Capitol Hill as the Senate returned for a brief session to deal with the economic crisis. "I feel fine," Kennedy said shortly before a luncheon meeting with about 100 staffers in the Senate's cavernous Russell Caucus Room. Kennedy, 76, was accompanied by his wife, Vicki, and their two dogs, Splash and Sunny."
So, to sum up: his staff, his wife and his dogs were glad he was back. May Jo Kopechne was unavailable for comment.