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Quote of the Day

“My doctors say having my own cable news show would cure me.”

– Former Rep. Anthony Weiner

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

8 Responses to Quote of the Day

  1. Maybe Al Gore will hire him for his network, Obscure TV, I mean, Current TV. They seem to be birds of a feather, and then Weiner could work with another flaming loon Olbermann.

  2. The news in the US seems to be all about Weiner but the news over here are all about Greece. People up here in the north shake their heads in disbelief when they see the Greeks in violent demonstrations against necessary austerity measures. Greeks have for example allowed themselves very early retirement age compared to other countries. They have worked short hours and lived on borrowed money. There is also corruption,bad fiscal discipline and weak leadership. I can understand why many Greeks who haven´t had all the advantages of the favoured groups in the system, feel bitter and betrayed, but the unions and the employees in the public sector should step out of their bubble. But this is the way socialist systems often operate. The politicians secure the power by allowing the public sector to grow and they promise all kinds of goodies with other peoples, or borrowed, money. The situation in Greece ought to be a warning for Obama.

    • Yes it should be a warning to obambo but his ego wont allow him to listen… He’ll give a million & one invalid,canned excuses why Greece has failed.. might even evoke the failed policies of Pres. Bush..
      But dont bother him now, he’s gotta golf game coming up..

    • Well said. The US simply must change it’s trajectory and get back to the basics or we will be in big, big trouble. The election of a charasmatic, yet unprepared President in 2008 is a great example of where we went wrong. The good news is that a lot of previously apolitical citizens are finally waking up.

  3. Anthony Weiner: And of course I want to express my gratitude to my family: to my mother and father who instilled in me the values that carried me this far.

    Mrs. Weiner (to Mr. Weiner): He means you. I didn’t teach him this s–t.