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Edwards flip-flops on infidelity issue

By John Breneman

Swanky ex-presidential candidate John Edwards is drawing fire from critics accusing him of flip-flopping on the issue of whether or not he had an extramarital affair.

"First he swears he didn't have an affair. Then he claims he did," said Sen. David Vitter (R-La.). "What the heck are we supposed to believe?"

Edwards now admits to getting buck wild with Rielle Hunter, a woman he hired to "make videos" for his presidential campaign.

Hunter is now sporting a love child, but Edwards says he is willing to take a paternity test to clear his sperm of any wrongdoing.

Despite the controversy, Edwards said he still believes his own rhetoric about two Americas. "Yeah, there's America the country and there's America Ferrera, that 'Ugly Betty' actress I totally did not tag even though my wife's cancer was in remission."

He also admitted to sometimes feeling "egotistical and narcissistic" when gazing at himself in the mirror after one of those sweet $800 haircuts.

Edwards' confessions, following a wee-hours hotel rendezvous with the National Enquirer-arazzi, gives added credence to that publication's reports that John McCain had an affair with Paris Hilton space aliens are secretly ruining the economy.

In other news:

Bush sends troops to Georgia, vows Russia will never take Atlanta

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