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Was Katherine Harris Drunk When She Appeared On Hannity & Colmes?

Reported by Ellen - October 22, 2005

The last time we saw Katherine Harris on Hannity & Colmes, she stood sideways to the camera and shook her boobies throughout the whole interview. Last night, she stood frontwise and center but she kept stumbling over her words and could not provide a coherent explanation of Governor Bush's state of emergency.

Harris, who has always seemed to swoon at the very thought of Jeb Bush, told Sean Hannity that hurricane preparations are going "very well" in Florida and that "the governor has created a culture of preparedness." Comment: Whatever that means.

Harris continued in a similarly incoherent vein. "The kind of leadership that's coming out of Tallahassee has really reflected within the citizens' actions... We have had a lot of practice and (fumbling) perfect practice makes perfect."

Alan Colmes asked what it meant for Governor Bush to have declared a state of emergency. Associated Press described the move as giving officials "the ability to activate the National Guard and broad authority over evacuation plans, the distribution of recovery supplies and other items." The New Jersey Office Of Emergency Management (different state but similar procedures) says the declaration "authorizes the Governor to speed State agency assistance to communities in need. It enables him to make resources immediately available to rescue, evacuate, shelter, provide essential commodities (i.e., heating fuel, food, etc.) and quell disturbances in affected localities. It may also position the State to seek federal assistance when the scope of the event exceeds the State's resources."

Harris said "Well, what it means is that whenever the local county officials have the opportunity to declare local states of emergency as well so they can seek sites for temporary housing, if that's necessary. So that they can go ahead and declare a local state of emergency and ask for evacuations in some of the lower lying areas and also so that we can make sure that we have the proper water and food ready and waiting at the shelters."

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