If Hillary Clinton ends up running against John McCain for the presidency in 2008, the two might vaguely remember competing against each other once before.
That would have been in the summer of 2004 in Estonia where, according to The New York Times, the margin of victory was not votes, but shots of vodka.
The instigator of the after-dinner contest, the Times reported for its Saturday editions, was Clinton, D-N.Y. McCain, R-Ariz., readily agreed.
Aides to McCain did not return messages seeking comment Friday. Philippe Reines, Clinton's spokesman, played coy.
"What happens in Estonia stays in Estonia," he said Friday evening.
Another example of how the Press ain't doin' its job. Who drank whom under the table? Who barfed? Who got frisky? Inquiring minds want to know!