The word moot is an archaic term meaning "argue, debate, discuss." In early English history, a moot was a meeting to discuss local affairs. Moot comes from the Old English gemot, meaning "meeting."
I'd just assumed this meant she'd be presenting the news in her form of verse:"In the White House reporters quizzed Bush and said, / 'Replacing Card with Josh Bolton, are you sick in the head?' / Bush paused and replied, 'Now I know him, you see, / Josh isn't that different from Card and from me.'"
roflOne can only hope. Too bad she can't take Maria Shriver with her...
Chris--You've captured her "sawing" style perfectly. Excellent!
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