On the other hand, Hyde's list could easily be spun as a highly partisan attempt to embarrass the President, if not a verbal witch hunt. As aides may point out, Clinton has already answered many of the questions in his last two depositions. Some of them go beyond the scope of Starr’s report -- to ask about White House gumshoe Terry Lezner, for example. The list is highly repetitious -- some might say petty -- and contains mistakes that would shame a county lawyer. "Do you admit or deny that on or about Dec. 28, 1998 …" begins one query. Nevertheless, it would be hard to snub it altogether -- since Clinton has promised to cooperate fully with the House inquiry, the White House needs to show at least some goodwill. Looks like another busy weekend for the President’s attorneys.