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4/24/2012 10:00:00 PM
Column: Edwards has future with Secret Service
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?

John Edwards went on trial for covering up his mistress with campaign cash. He was also recently named as a client by a Manhattan hooker. While no one would vote for John Edwards to be president, everybody agrees he has the experience to protect the president.

The Senate vowed to investigate the expanding Secret Service scandal Sunday. So far 11 agents and two supervisors are involved in the Colombian hotel room sex party. It begs the question, now that their secret is out are we just going to call them The Service?

The London Mail reports a Secret Service agent brought a hooker to the Hilton Hotel on Cartagena where Obama later stayed. It's so sad. A government sex, booze and drug scandal at this hotel could ruin the good name that Paris Hilton's worked so hard to build.

L.A. Lakers star Metta World Peace gave an OKC player a concussion by swinging a violent elbow to his head Sunday. It was big news. When the headlines read that World Peace had been suspended, everyone assumed that Israel got tired of waiting for the sanctions to work.

Mel Gibson was taped screaming over the phone by a screenwriter who accused Mel of more anti-Semitic rants Friday. It's a familiar pattern by now. Whenever Passover runs into Hitler's birthday, Mel finds himself unable to live in two worlds at the same time.

Mitt Romney was ripped for his Mormon ancestry by Montana's Democratic governor Friday. He called Mitt the son of a man who was raised on a polygamy farm in Mexico. That description is polling six points higher than being born in Hawaii without paperwork.

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