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"General" Jameson Goes to The Hill 

Former porn mega-star Jenna Jameson got a guided tour of the U.S. Capitol last Thursday. The Capitol police were impressed, asking for autographs and posing

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Former porn mega-star Jenna Jameson got a guided tour of the U.S. Capitol last Thursday. The Capitol police were impressed, asking for autographs and posing for pictures. But Sen. Arlen Specter seemed not especially amused.

Jameson, who starred in such cinematic masterpieces as I Love Lesbians, Exposure and Cum One, Cum All, as well as being a published author (How to Have Sex Like a Porn Star, 2004), was visiting wounded U.S. troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in DC with her husband, martial arts champion Tito Ortiz. An aide to Specter, a Pennsylvania Republican, offered to show the couple around the Capitol, according to the Washington Post's "The Sleuth" blog.

But "Specter himself seemed to know nothing of Jameson's visit," the blog reported. "He appeared genuinely clueless when confronted by our colleague Paul Kane ... just off the Senate floor about a rumored meeting he was having with Jameson.

"I don't recognize that name. Who? General Jameson?" Specter asked.

"No, sir, Jenna. She's, well, she's kind of an actress, in, well, uh, the adult film industry," Kane explained.

"Paul, do you mean pornos?" Specter chuckled.

"Yes, senator, that's what we'd call it."

"I don't think I'm meeting her," Specter said.

The Sleuth further disclosed that Jameson is a lifelong Democrat and staunch supporter of Hillary Clinton, but has never met her.

"We would love to meet Hillary," a spokesperson for Jameson said. "But no one thinks to invite someone like Jenna."

Well, Bill might.


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