Home - by @Mr_Pinko - May 31, 2011 - 02:23 America/New_York - 18 Comments
May 31st, 2011
Crispin Glover’s long lost brother.
He’ll step down and six months later Obama will make him czar of social networking.
It looks like his nose may have been broken at some time in his life.
Weiner’s flaming cheetah flips will provide a tasty bit of amusement all week long.
Are you bipolar ?
Weinner here, weinner there.
Weiners’ weiner everywhere.
*”I’m glad I’m not an An-thon-y Weiner…that’s what I’d truly HATE to beeee… for if I were an An-thon-y Weiner, people would be making fun of meeee…”.
*sung to the Oscar Mayer Wiener jingle
I'm Palin's Huckleberry
Czar of Defenestration
Somehow that makes both of them look better.
You’ll be hearing from my attorneys.
Funny enough…that’s the most macho he’s ever looked!
is that a brazilian blowjob?
@ Chalupa…loved that movie!!!
Porky’s is the best Horrorman!!
And a very young Kim Cattrall as “Lassie” was also very nice
Rep. Weiner’s Twitter Weiner Controversy
Would you buy a used car from Anthony David Weiner, no mind elect him to Congress seven times as voters in New York’s 9th cd have done?
When they find a winner Weiner, or when they don’t, Democrats like to elect and re-elect and re-elect them until they get caught in a scandal, a better Weiner turns up, or they die. Come to think of it, scandals don’t usually matter. Think Reps. Charles Rangel and John Conyers.
Republicans tend to dump scandalous GOPers or send them into retreat mode. Think South Carolina’s randy Governor Mark Sandford or shirtless New York Congressman Chris Lee.
The scandal-resistance of Dem voters is advantageous to the impervious Rep. Weiner, especially so because his latest is a mini-controversy arising from an unproven assertion, but more about that later.
A tireless runner for political office, graduate of New York’s state university system Weiner first served as an aide to then-Rep. Charles Schumer, then as a member of the New York City Council, and as Schumer’s replacement in Congress.
Apparently unfulfilled or unhappy in that role, he took a stab at the NYC mayor’s office in 2005, failed in that attempt, then launched an impossible quest to depose the Big Apple’s mayor for life, Michael Bloomberg, four years later but withdrew under pressure.
Weiner returned to Washington and was re-elected in ’06, ’08, ’10 and will be sent back in ’12, ’14, no doubt, in Democrat Party tradition, in perpetuity.
Relieved of the stress of mayoral politics, at the fairly ripe old age of 46, he married for the first time last July. The lucky lady was 36 year old Huma Abedin, former “body woman” in Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the presidency and currently on the State Department staff. Hillary’s hubby, Bill, officiated.
However, back to Weiner’s unsubstantiated mini-controversy.
No stranger to scandals, mere bagatelles in the greater political scheme of things, Weiner was accused of Federal Election Commission violations involving campaign financial misconduct, similar but different from former Democrat Senator John Edwards’ shenanigans. The FEC slapped the congressman’s wrist, as did D.C. police after he ultimately paid up $2,180 in traffic tickets without mentioning his frequent complaints about U.N. diplomats defying parking restrictions in New York.
The latest scandal, as mini as it is, is no trifle like financial lies or being a scofflaw.
Rep. Weiner is a Twitterer, as are millions of others in and out of politics. Twitter.com is a great outlet for people to inform other people, who may or may not give a flying fig, on invaluable details relating to what the Tweeter is thinking, planning, eating, drinking, and otherwise doing, what in an earlier age would border on invited voyeurism.
Last week, a photo appeared on Congressman Weiner’s yfrog account and in his verified Twitter timeline of an unidentified man in his underwear sporting what can only be described . . .
(Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=4697)
Can we make the photo disappear? It’s getting close to lunch time!
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