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Brad Pitt's Arm Candy

Daisy: "Will you still love me when my skin is old and saggy?"

Benjamin: "Will you still love me when I have acne, wet the bed and am afraid of what's under the stairs?"

-- From "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," starring Brad Pitt

In earlier days, there was Jennifer Aniston. More recently, Angelina Jolie. Now, Brad Pitt has a new piece of arm candy.

Let us call the couple Brancy.

The 68-year-old House speaker is perhaps a bit mature for the Hollywood heartthrob. But she is very, very powerful.

"It really is an honor to have him here," Nancy Pelosi gushed with Pitt at her side for a photo op yesterday just off the Capitol Rotunda. It was, she said, "a real treat for me."

It must have been; she left a health-care forum at the White House to receive the actor.

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By Dana Milbank  | March 6, 2009; 12:06 AM ET
 
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I can't believe Brad got to meet the Female "Joker". enough plastic surgery to match Heath ledgers role in the Dark Knight.

Posted by: narcv4 | March 6, 2009 4:15 PM | Report abuse

Pelosi should know better. Hollywood lowlife like Pitt aka Jolie should not be given the opportunity to jettison their quest for self-serving ATTENTION disguised as charity in the political world.

Posted by: Chelsea9018 | March 7, 2009 2:53 AM | Report abuse

I have had a crush on Brad Pitt since I saw him in "California.'' It's so bad that my girlfriends refer to me as "The Next Mrs. Brad Pitt.'' And I, in turn, sign all my thank-you notes and e-mails to them as "TNMBP.'' Even my husband thinks he's a great actor for a pretty-boy. So, I don't blame Nancy one bit. He's a fantasy. Let her have a little fun.

Posted by: born2win | March 9, 2009 10:34 AM | Report abuse

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