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Just what they need. They can discuss this possibilty over a large soda....Oh wait, no they can't.
You stay classy, Weiner.
My inclination is to find this offensive and to oppose him, but his indiscretions were personal, and if his wife has forgiven him--she who has the best perspective of him as a person--I guess I can, too.
This guy is sick and to think that he even has a chance shows how far this country has fallen. So what is next take the word of a rapist that he will not do it again?
If Sanford can abandon his position as Governor of South Carolina to have an affair then get elected to congress, anything is possible
Part of me says so what. Another part of me would question his decision making ability. I don't even post normal pictures of myself or family on the internet. Thankfully the internet was pretty young in the 80's and 90's, they had some pretty crazy hairstyles back then. Guess roscoe2511 is right though, anything is possible.
Without a Weiner involved it's just not a good tweet scandal.
I wouldn't put what Weiner did in the same category as an ordinary extramarital affair. What he was involved in was in the realm of pathology.
What do you expect from a country full of
Why does the stribe have it in for us "till death do us part" couples?I try to comment
using the word "infidel and they just won't
display my comment.Whats up with that?
This plan of action worked for Sanford why not Weiner? In my opinion though we've seen enough of Sanford and Weiner, we need better people than these in politics.
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