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While we were out: Snooki and McCain flirt; Limbaugh posts wedding snaps

Snooki: John McCain says she's too cute for jail. (Seaside Heights Police Dept/Getty Images)

-Snooki and John McCain's unlikely courtship continues. This time the Arizona Senator is upping the ante. "I kind of think she might be too good looking to go to jail," the Arizona Senator said Wednesday on KMLE radio in Phoenix, commenting on the reality star's recent disorderly conduct arrest.

Earlier this summer the Arizona senator and the "Jersey Shore" participant griped via-Twitter about the tanning tax--a 10 percent surcharge on the use of ultraviolet tanning beds--that took effect in June. In July, Snooki kicked it up a notch. "To be honest with you, the only reason why I voted for your father was because he was really cute," she told the politician's daughter, Meghan McCain, during a Daily Beast interview.

-In June the conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh, 59, wed Karthryn Rodgers, 33, in a Palm Beach, Florida ceremony that included an appearance by Sir Elton John. Wednesday Limbaugh finally posted some photos from the shindig, John's gig included, on his Facebook page.

The Reliable Source is on vacation. The column will return on Aug. 23.

By The Reliable Source  |  August 12, 2010; 12:18 PM ET
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