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Friday, July 26, 2013

Wiener: Sure, I Sent Penis Photos, But At Least I Didn't Overturn Term Limits

Love it - Anthony Weiner, in defending his sexting communications, attacked Christine Quinn yesterday:

Serial sexter Anthony Weiner admitted yesterday he had cybersex with at least three women after he resigned from Congress over his infamous sexting scandal.

That brings his total extramarital Internet dalliances to at least 13, and Weiner suggested that was his final answer.

“I don’t believe I had any more than three,” he said when pressed for a count of his post-resignation assignations by a Post reporter during a campaign stop at a Brooklyn soup kitchen.

The married mayor wannabe claimed he’s still “working with people” to curb his peter-tweeting proclivities, but insisted he’s not a virtual sex addict.

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Weiner also took time during the firestorm of questions to lash out at mayoral challenger and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who has questioned his judgment.

“I didn’t lie to the people of the City of New York and say I wasn’t gonna overturn term limits,” he blasted.

Excellent strategy, Anthony.

Dish some dirt on Quinn while you're drowning in your own scandal and try and help people remember just what a sleaze Quinn is too.

That's what we want to see.

17 comments:

  1. It is not enough that Anthony Wiener is just revealing his penis to us. Anthony's world is his penis and we the electorate are just living inside it! Wow! Way too much information, Anthony!

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    1. And yet, there will be more information revealed, you can bet on it. The whole story is not out yet.

      And then there's Spitzer...

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  2. Sorry Anthony, but if winning the election is all about penis size, then Christine Quinn will be the winner!

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  3. Love it. I didn't lie about this. I only lied about that. Therefore I'm not a liar. Or she's a worse liar. Or something.

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    1. Classic sleaze move by Weiner. Not that he's wrong about Quinn's deceptions, but they're irrelevant to his own.

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  4. Yes. Wiener vs. Quinn is very good. Thompson, de Blasio and Liu must be loving it, too.

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    1. De Blasio is definitely helped by this. He placed second in the Marist LV model yesterday. Quinn obviously too. Thompson's support didn't move much, but with Weiner dropping like a stone, obviously that opens up a slot for the runoff. I think Weiner probably would have made the runoff on name recognition and his campaign trail performance had these stories not surfaced. But the reality is, they were going to surface because this guy is deeply flawed. So I guess in the end, it was just a matter of time. I'm just glad they came before the runoff or, God help us, the November election.

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  5. Anthony, you poll numbers are not the only thing that is dropping down.

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    1. Scary thing is, I bet all this attention to his penis gets him hot. He seems to get off on the exposure. Shiver, shiver...

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  6. ABQ, yes the enemy of my enemy is my friend, maybe not but who cares the scandals regarding Weineritzer have given Quinn a pass. In fact the Daily News has an editorial piece supporting her candidacy and again falls back on the gender issue. Term Limits needs to be resurrected asap as the new polls give new life to the Quinn candidacy.

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    1. I agree that Quinn is helped by Weiner's fall - at least for now. But she doesn't poll well in a runoff, as she has a ceiling of support and her own dedicated cadre of Quinn-haters. I am not as worried about her now that Weiner looks to be finished. Even if she makes the runoff (and at least for now, it looks like she will), she is no shoe-in to win that.

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  7. Anthony, a lot of underage girls want to watch the runoff from your
    Penisgate.

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    1. Lupica wondered about this very thing in the Daily News:

      http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lupica-girls-weiner-dog-quit-article-1.1408770

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  8. Sadly, this strengthens the sleazy Quinn's efforts. I'd rather put Weiner in...

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    1. No, it actually doesn't. Yes, she may benefit from Weiner's loss of support, but if you're an ABQ person, than you probably want somebody to face her in the runoff wo isn't Weiner. Because no matter what, Weiner was going to lose the runoff. His negatives were too high for him to ever win that. Had he faced her in the runoff, he would have made her the nominee and probably the mayor. With his fall from contention all but assured, it gives either Thompson or de Blasio an open slot to take on Quinn in the runoff. Quinn's negatives are very high too, so she will have an uphill battle if she faces anybody but Weiner in the runoff.

      I just posted my latest analysis here:

      http://perdidostreetschool.blogspot.com/2013/07/where-mayoral-race-now-stands.html

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