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May 21, 2013 - 10:25 pm

And the disgraced ex-congressman even employs his wife, Huma Abedin, in his launch video to talk about his “big mistakes” and 64 ideas for New York:

Bridget Johnson is a career journalist whose news articles and opinion columns have run in dozens of news outlets across the globe. Bridget first came to Washington to be online editor at The Hill, where she wrote The World from The Hill column on foreign policy. Previously she was an opinion writer and editorial board member at the Rocky Mountain News and nation/world news columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News. She has contributed to USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Politico and more, and has myriad television and radio credits as a commentator. Bridget is Washington Editor for PJ Media.

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I can see the headlines now:

"Victory! Weiner ejaculates as opponent concedes defeat."

Sorry, that should be "'Victory!' Weiner ejaculates as opponent concedes defeat."

I wonder if it's time to make like Lorena Bobbit and cut this whole Weiner business short.
1 year ago
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Who else is competing for the job of mayor this time around? And when is the election?
1 year ago
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Frankly, I don't relish this thought. I never sausage a hot dog, and even if he can play ketchup to win he won't cut the mustard.
1 year ago
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True.

On a side-note, I hear the New York ladies have been wondering what it would be like to have a Weiner in the mayor's office...
1 year ago
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But there's already a Dick in office, namely Michael Bloomberg....

Sorry, couldn't help myself ;-)
1 year ago
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He's just throwing a bone to NYC....let's see how he stands-up over a spell.....

A toe in the water would've been nice, but this...?,...this is just too, too much...watch out for floaters.......
What's the main-line wall poster gonna' say ?
"All-In With Weiner !!" ??
1 year ago
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What mayoral "race" would this be? I thought Bloomberg had been elected Mayor for Life.
1 year ago
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Can I play too?

Weiner is a stand-up guy running for Mayor. But the competition will be stiff. Can he keep it up? Can he maintain his vigor for the duration of this race? Will he peak too early? Will he peter out?

Thank you. I'm here all week. Tip your waiters, please...
1 year ago
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Let's hope he always has enough personal protection. Any leaks or holes in his security could have unforeseen consequences - maybe planting the seeds for a future scandal.
1 year ago
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It's a situation pregnant with dire possibilities.
1 year ago
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He needs to be careful how he positions himself with the voters. Some of them will prefer the direct approach - a frontal assault, if you will. Others will respond better to a subtle, back-door campaign.
1 year ago
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And of course, the quality of his campaign staff will be all-important. It needs to be rock-solid, dependable, and have the endurance to stick it out til the very end.
1 year ago
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If he withdraws before his campaign reaches its climax, things could get really messy.
1 year ago
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Can he stick out for the entire race?
1 year ago
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When I'm through...
Then I'm through...
And I'm through...
Toodle-oo!
Bye-Bye, Mein Lieber Herr.
Farewell, mein Lieber Herr.
It was a fine affair,
But now it's over.
And though I used to care,
I need the open air.
You're better off without me,
Mein Mayor
Welcome home, Tony, and your little dog too.
1 year ago
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When last we saw Anthony, he was posting his dick on Twitter. Now we're to view him as a typical stay-at-home dad on South Park Avenue in Manhattan.

There's a word not used much these days that really needs to attach itself to this putz: Boor.

Not only is his judgement questionable when compared to a 13 year old boy, but his manner, his unfounded arrogance, and his saliva dripping need for power all make him unqualified to manage a shoe store. Mayor of New York?

Sure. Why not.
1 year ago
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Hey, he's a Democrat. Is there really any other necessary qualification?
1 year ago
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