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Quote of the Day

“I think what’s gotten completely lost here is that I sent out hundreds of tweets that did NOT include a photo of my penis.”

– Anthony Weiner

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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7 Responses to Quote of the Day

  1. He is right you know. There was the naked chest, the picture of him sitting in his office (probably during work hours) with the “me” sign, then the one sitting on a couch with his cats. Plenty others out there I’m sure. I have an idea. Maybe we could ask WAPO and NYT to release his tweets and we can all participate in the investigation!

    • I got SO pissed when I read that about Palin, I fell over. For heaven’s sakes … releasing her emails. I swear. Will liberals EVER get enough? Are they never satiated?

      How about releasing the tweets and emails of New York Times or Washington Posts editors? Or Obama’s emails? Or Biden’s? Bill Clintons? Lets see just how perverted that pervert was.

  2. This story might be losing it’s legs with the MSM but it will slither through the conservative community for a long time. The Dems, by not forcefully condemning Weiner’s transgressions, will also be slimed as degenerates who approve of his creepy-old-man tweets..

  3. The insiders (what we have today is gov’t of by and for the insiders) have become weinerized — losing all self-control, in their quest for faster and greater aggrandizement based on the sacrifice of the folks who once were middle class. A presidential candidate of by and for the people — backed by food stampers, the Tea party and populist conservatives — should win by a Reagan-type landslide, bringing in congressional majorities pledged to restore our founding legacy — gov’t of, by and for the people. Such a presidential candidate will not flit from one mega-bucks fundraiser to another. The bankruptcy of the media is now revealed to all for its bizarre preoccupation with Palin emails quite stale. Such a media has become lapdog to those would pauperize the middle class in a quest for limitless and permanent power. Such a dictatorial quest will not succeed in a land where the spark of liberty glows, deserving, still, the protection of Almighty G=d.

    • What a superb post, Daniel. Well done.

      “By and for the people.”

      When the rubber hits the road, the government is “us.” We voted in Mr. Weiner, Mr. Clinton and all the other tragic specimens that have graced the halls of Congress.

      It is now up to us to vote in new politicians in 2012, wipe the slate clean and elect men and women of high integrity, honor and intelligence.

      I am glad Weinergate took place. We need a debate our our moral depravity (I for one, sure do).