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April 16, 2010

King of Politics: Playboy, Palin and Low Places

Posted: 02:40 PM ET

In a week that started off with the largest gathering ever of foreign leaders in Washington, D.C. for a nuclear security summit and ended with the final stop of the Tea Party Express in the same city, there's been a lot of political news.

However, here are some of the stories you MAY have missed this week (click on the links for the full story!):

1. Former U.S. Secretary of State is 'crazy' for his iPhone.  Who knew?? (USNews)

2. A few months after her divorce with SC Governor Mark Sanford was finalized, former SC First Lady Jenny Sanford has a new boyfriend! (fitsnews)

3. Why did former Gov. Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann draw such a huge crowd at a Minn. rally? Bill Maher believes its because they are 'MILFs'.  What's a MILF, you ask?  Click here. (NowPublic)

4. One of these people sang "I Got Friends in Low Places" to the other: Garth Brooks and Senator Dick Durbin. You're first guess is probably wrong. (politico)

5. Former NY Governor Eliot Spitzer's call girl posed for "Playboy."  The pictures are out there, but not linking them up here. You can certainly google them, though.

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Filed under: Bill Maher • Colin Powell • Jenny Sanford • Michele Bachmann • Politics • Politics is King


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