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It looks like more DC political reporters are using Social Networking sites to track down sources, look-up background information on staffers, and investigate ex-girlfriends.

We know what you’re thinking – and yes, you need to log onto Facebook and take down that drunken beer bong picture of you at Dewey Beach.

The Washington Times trolls first:

Jon Ward: Texans Say McClellan’s Turn Started at Home with Mom

Mrs. Strayhorn did not answer phone calls placed to her home and did not respond to inquiries made through a social networking site.

Much to the delight of LinkedIn, WaPo also jumps into the fray.

Ben Pershing: Abramoff Probe Takes a New Turn

It’s not immediately clear what Albaugh is doing now, though this LinkedIn page says he is a partner at Renaissance Coastal Development in Savannah, Ga. (Albaugh’s actual profile on LinkedIn appears to have been removed).