So it turns out the Weiner’s weiner really was Weiner’s weiner. To paraphrase Charlie Sheen, “He’s a Weiner, duh!”. Today, Weiner put some tear drops in his eyes, then went on television and started crying about how he regrets doing that. Of course, he won’t resign because he’s too important of a representative of the Democratic Party. There was something that bothered me, he said he was wrong to do that. Great theatrics from Weiner, maybe he’ll win an Oscar for that performance. And who knows, maybe we’ll all find out that Weiner’s weiner isn’t just in twitter pics.
I mean, Democrats don’t believe cheating on their wife is that big of a deal, but saying it’s wrong and doing it… that’s hypocrisy worthy of the greatest scandals. So is Weiner being a hypocrite by saying that what he was doing is wrong? Oh the way Democrats change their beliefs to fit whatever the circumstance is to make Republicans evil and Democrats good seems to happen quicker than it used to.
Anyway, I always understand the Democrat view on this was that cheating on your wife is okay. Saying that it’s wrong and then cheating on your wife is “hypocrisy” and that is the great sin. I thought they were at least consistent puppets on this issue. We’ll see if they’ll demand Weiner to step down for his hypocrisy. I’m betting Democrats will find some cheap excuse for Weiner.
Deborah Wasserman-Shultz – When I think of Miami, I think of fine women in bikinis walking around beaches and palm trees. I don’t know, that’s just me. So how is it that Deborah Wasserman Schultz get sent to D.C. as the representative. After listening to her talk several times, I can only assume it’s because they wanted to send her as far away from the beaches of Miami as possible.