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Tuesday, 29 September 2009

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A new bombshell exploded underneath two-timing presidential candidate, John Edward's ass yesterday when, upon the stand confessing to a special committee, Andrew Young stated under oath that the North Carolina Senator had as many as 13 mistresses.

Former Senator Edwards loyalist and friend Andrew Young, who once claimed that HE was the father of Edwards' mistress Rielle Hunter's love child as part of the cover-up, has testified before the federal probe investigating possible misuse of presidential campaign funds, says that Edwards had affairs with several other women along the campaign trail besides his better known mistress Hunter.

"Are there more little Edwards running around anywhere?' he was asked.

"Not that I know of."

In addition to Andrew Young's expose, slated to be published by St. Martins' Press, confirms prior accusations that were only speculated upon before, but are now being proven true.

"What Edwards does in his personal life is his problem but if he spent campaign money on these women, that's another question", stated one investigator.

Edwards is the confessed father of Rielle Hunter's child, Frances, and has known he was the father all along.

Edwards and Hunter had even made a sex tape, which tells you what kind of president we could have had.

Upon learning of the affair, John's cancer-stricken wife Elizabeth apparently threw him out of the house, forcing him to sleep in the barn, and then would wake him up by screaming at him with accusations while a goat ate one of his shoes.

Elizabeth has also been consulting with a divorce lawyer for over a year.

Recently, she and Rielle Hunter are said to be having meetings, especially after finding out about the other women.

"One thing for sure", Elizabeth reportedly told reporters, "John Edwards career as a politician is over. Whether his days of freedom are over also, we'll just have to wait and see."

At last report, Edwards was paying plenty to consult with his attorneys and requesting an appointment with special, consultant, Bill Clinton.

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