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Friday, 25 September 2009

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The baby that the book, "The Political Baby" is named after.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - Long time Senator John Edwards political aide Andy Oldenburger has just written a riveting expose on the man whom he looked upon as a brother.

Oldenburger, who was in charge of Senator Edwards' 2008 political campaign bumper sticker committee said that he cherished his friendship with the North Carolina senator so much that his wife Tara Sue began to wonder if the two weren't maybe playing 'I'll touch yours, if you touch mine.'

But of course, as she and the political world soon found out Johnny (her name for Edwards) was most certainly swinging from the right side of the plate and only the right side.

Oldenburger's book entitled, The Political Baby, is drawn from the personal first hand accounts of not only Oldenburger himself but also of the baby's 'Mommykins' as Oldenburger said John referred to his 'sweety' Rinda Huntsinger.

Another close Edwards political aide who provided a lot of first hand knowledge of the relationship between Edwards and Huntsinger is Tallie Talentosa, who worked for the Edwards campaign in the capacity of the 'Get Girl.'

Talentosa worked 60 hours a week getting things for the Edwards campaign ranging from rally confetti to campaign buttons, and campaign donations to RC Colas and Dixie Cups.

In fact, in the book, Oldenburger writes that Tallie probably saw John in his boxer shorts more than even his own wife did.

Tallie blushes and says, "It's true. And the intimate details I could tell you could fill a baby crib oops bad choice of words huh?"

Talentosa said that she first suspected that there may be something going on between the senator and Rinda when Rinda asked her if you spelled Johnny with one n or two.

Tallie said that the very next day, Rinda showed her a "Johnny Rocks" tattoo that she had gotten on her bikini line.

Meanwhile the Senator John Edwards campaign team is already getting ready to start printing up T-shirts that read "John Edwards in 2012 - Hey At Least He Had The Balls To Admit It Unlike Other Politicians."

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