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I will do my level best to avoid sophomoric double entendres in discussing the latest D.C. scandal. Seems there is this escort service that has been charged with doing more than escorting. The operator of this business denies that it is a prostitution ring. She has sent a client list to ABC News in the hopes that prosecutors will back off.

So far, there is one noteworthy victim, Deputy Secretary of State Randall Tobias, who has denied that he got anything more than a massage.

Should ABC start naming names? Will this tactic work? Or, does this whole saga just rub you the wrong way?

(Anders Wiklund/AP Photo)


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