The Britney Spears and Madonna kiss at the MTV Video Music Awards even made it into CNN’s political debate show ‘Crossfire’ on Friday. Chatting about the California recall, conservative co-host Tucker Carlson joked, “A history a group sex is likely to be almost mandatory. Thanks to Arnold, the rules have changed. No Gray Davises need apply. With this in mind, Britney Spears was clearly laying a predicate for a gubernatorial bid at the MTV Awards last night. For those of you who may have missed the show, Spears was joined on stage by fellow singer Madonna, who greeted her with a passionate open-mouthed kiss. It was, needless to say, a ratings bonanza. It was also the unofficial kickoff of the Spears 2012 campaign. That’s the strategy, anyway. Of course, if attitudes change between now and then, Spears can always claim she was never living her life to run for governor. It’s worked for Arnold.” Liberal co-host James Carville said after they shamelessly played the clip yet again on the news network, “Yes, let’s play it. I want to see it, yes. Can we show it to me? Do we have some slow-mo there?” Carville added, “I’ll tell you what. I’d vote for her.” Carlson responded, “On the female bisexuality ticket?” Carville said, “Yes. For her or Madonna. Is she going to run with Madonna?” Read more.