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    Who is this Anthony Weiner (Carlos Danger) guy? are all your politicians like him?

    So ive been hearing a lot about this guy Weiner, and he seems to have been framed lol.

    Who is he, and what has he done to have so many world wide supporters?

    Are all your politicians like him?

    I realise the OC is no politics, but i thought that this guy could be an exception to the rules, i actually think he could fit in well here...
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    Weiner is a measure of how messed up the system in US politics can get, and how screwed up many people's value system is, when he is given even the tiniest bit of credibility by enough people to consider running for public office.

    To say the man's a baboon is doing a disservice to baboons.
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    He's in hot water

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    He seems to have several fetish's including shoes, and talking dirty to women on the interwebs using the alias Carlos Danger... all the while trying to present a normal public life. He leads a very busy life.
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    The way I see it is like this Tone's
    We the people, have a people, were the majority are stupid and f***ed up. Maybe I am too but I can tell you I'm not the majority.
    We get so involved in other people's privates and where they want to stick them it's just plain stupid. Or maybe it's prudish, closed minded, and/or judgemental IDK.
    Prez Clinton almost got, or did get impeached over a supposed BJ in the Oval office. Umm, isn't that personal dirt? Shouldn't that just about be Hilary's problem alone? Or maybe not, maybe she's just pissed that she couldn't join in, I really don't care. I just don't get why anyone but your partner should.
    The more I travel the more I see how sexually uptight many americans are. At least publicly.
    Weiner, althou his name is unfortunate, especially now, was a bright rising politician who's gotten his underpants caught in the meat grinder of our media machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    The way I see it is like this Tone's
    We the people, have a people, were the majority are stupid and f***ed up. Maybe I am too but I can tell you I'm not the majority.
    We get so involved in other people's privates and where they want to stick them it's just plain stupid. Or maybe it's prudish, closed minded, and/or judgemental IDK.
    Prez Clinton almost got, or did get impeached over a supposed BJ in the Oval office. Umm, isn't that personal dirt? Shouldn't that just about be Hilary's problem alone? Or maybe not, maybe she's just pissed that she couldn't join in, I really don't care. I just don't get why anyone but your partner should.
    The more I travel the more I see how sexually uptight many americans are. At least publicly.
    Weiner, althou his name is unfortunate, especially now, was a bright rising politician who's gotten his underpants caught in the meat grinder of our media machine.
    "Kick em when they're up, kick em when they're down, people love dirty laundry."
    The 'Blue Dress' from the Clinton Years was due to Ms. Lewinsky having a working relationship w/ Rose Law Firm, where former Sec. of State Hilary Clinton was a Partner. Non-Dem's pounced on this like a Cougar on a pair of Gym Socks.

    Or Anthony Weiner on a lo-res pocket camera sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    He seems to have several fetish's including shoes, and talking dirty to women on the interwebs using the alias Carlos Danger...
    Who needs a snazzy alias for talking dirty when you are already Mr. Weiner? I mean cmon ladies, who would you rather sext with Mr Danger or Mr Weiner?

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    Re: Who is this Anthony Weiner guy? and are all your politicians like him?

    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    The way I see it is like this Tone's
    We the people, have a people, were the majority are stupid and f***ed up. Maybe I am too but I can tell you I'm not the majority.
    We get so involved in other people's privates and where they want to stick them it's just plain stupid. Or maybe it's prudish, closed minded, and/or judgemental IDK.
    Prez Clinton almost got, or did get impeached over a supposed BJ in the Oval office. Umm, isn't that personal dirt? Shouldn't that just about be Hilary's problem alone? Or maybe not, maybe she's just pissed that she couldn't join in, I really don't care. I just don't get why anyone but your partner should.
    The more I travel the more I see how sexually uptight many americans are. At least publicly.
    Weiner, althou his name is unfortunate, especially now, was a bright rising politician who's gotten his underpants caught in the meat grinder of our media machine.
    "Kick em when they're up, kick em when they're down, people love dirty laundry."
    Clinton was in hot water for lying about it under oath.
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    Mate, Weiner is a prime example of what is going on under wraps here in 'merica. Yes, they are all like him, he just got singled out. Not sure I'd want to see him as a mayor, though. Think of all the "(Oscar) Mayor Weiner" jokes that would be circulating. God save us here...

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    Should weiner pull out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Weiner is a measure of how messed up the system in US politics can get, and how screwed up many people's value system is, when he is given even the tiniest bit of credibility by enough people to consider running for public office.

    To say the man's a baboon is doing a disservice to baboons.
    Actually, I think I must correct myself, it's not just US politics, but many, if not most, other countries too. It's just the scurrilous media is a lot scurrilouser here than in many places. They have learned from the scurrilocity of the Brits and Aussies for sure... He's still a baboon... (sorry fellow primates)...
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    Poor weiner. It must be hard.

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    Who is this Anthony Weiner guy? and are all your politicians like him?

    Bah. Grossssss. The bathroom selfies. Zzzzzzzzzz. At least they are all willing adults.

    The mayor of San Diego on the other hand. Filch or Filner or something. He's a lecherous pig. Barf.

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    Agree this isn't a politico thread, as it reflects the sad state of today's media.
    Who really gives a rat's azz if Bill got a BJ from Monica? All know that JFK was tagging Marilyn, yet back then
    the media didn't pry into, or exploit people's private affairs. Now it's all fair game.

    Had Weiner not spent $45k of campaign funds on hookers, perhaps he wouldn't be so harshly judged,
    and given his latest pickle portraits - perhaps, he should just pull out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin_W View Post
    All know that JFK was tagging Marilyn, yet back then
    the media didn't pry into, or exploit people's private affairs. Now it's all fair game.
    Maybe the press should have pried more into JFK.
    First, there is the issue of blackmailability. If an elected official puts himself in a compromised position, he becomes a security threat.
    Second, there is the honesty problem. He said he was new man and his indescretions were behind him. But he was lying. Even though he was lying about personal issues, it does bring into question his credibility on anything.


    Had Weiner not spent $45k of campaign funds on hookers,
    I don't think that's true

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffw-13 View Post
    Clinton was in hot water for lying about it under oath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    The way I see it is like this Tone's
    We the people, have a people, were the majority are stupid and f***ed up. Maybe I am too but I can tell you I'm not the majority.
    We get so involved in other people's privates and where they want to stick them it's just plain stupid. Or maybe it's prudish, closed minded, and/or judgemental IDK.
    Prez Clinton almost got, or did get impeached over a supposed BJ in the Oval office. Umm, isn't that personal dirt? Shouldn't that just about be Hilary's problem alone? Or maybe not, maybe she's just pissed that she couldn't join in, I really don't care. I just don't get why anyone but your partner should.
    The more I travel the more I see how sexually uptight many americans are. At least publicly.
    Weiner, althou his name is unfortunate, especially now, was a bright rising politician who's gotten his underpants caught in the meat grinder of our media machine.
    "Kick em when they're up, kick em when they're down, people love dirty laundry."
    You need to read more about weiners, I mean Weiner. He was no up and comer except in his own mind.

    IMO he's the modern day version of Chester the Molester. If it wasn't for Twitter he'd be wearing a raincoat and flashing little girls walking home from school.

    Nothing like Clinton at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    ...what has he done to have so many world wide supporters?
    huh?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Marilyn and JFK, those were the cold war years when the CIA really had control of things. The press was probably too afraid of being "disappeared" to report anything they wern't told to.

    It's all different now-a-days, with Delll and the Internet and all, things have really gone downhill for "they".
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    Who is this Anthony Weiner guy? and are all your politicians like him?

    Scandals such as the Wiener Sexting scandal and Clinton/Lewinski are more than just personal issues. They show a lack of character, integrity, and honesty. They can't even be trusted to follow their own wedding vows. How can we trust them with matters of national security?

    And yes, it has come out that Anthony Wiener took $45,000 of campaign contributions allegedly for 'therapy' when the first round of incidents happened.
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    LOL, thanks guys some funny responses in here, i suppose its just a funny story that keeps getting bigger, and he has a damn funny name lol.
    He has made big news down here, and plenty here love a deviate poli lol, theres jokes flying around everywhere, up untill a few weeks ago id never heard about the guy.
    Im looking forward to the story to continue getting meatier, he does sound pretty normal to me, its just his name and him sending pics of his package thats made it hilarious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Bah. Grossssss. The bathroom selfies. Zzzzzzzzzz. At least they are all willing adults.

    The mayor of San Diego on the other hand. Filch or Filner or something. He's a lecherous pig. Barf.
    These two should run together. "Fillin'her with Weiner."

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    Just to be clear, I believe the 45k of campaign funds that was alleged to be misused was because of his own investigation into the original "hacking" incident which he knew to be false.

    Anthony Weiner spent $43K in campaign funds to probe bogus 2011 Twitter hacking: report - Washington Times

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    Maybe the press should have pried more into JFK.
    First, there is the issue of blackmailability. If an elected official puts himself in a compromised position, he becomes a security threat.
    Second, there is the honesty problem. He said he was new man and his indescretions were behind him. But he was lying. Even though he was lying about personal issues, it does bring into question his credibility on anything.




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    Okay, I stand corrected.
    Weiner spent $136,450 in campaign funds (43,100 + 93,350) to defend himself from both his own pervy actions,
    and for posting self-portrait pickle pix on Twitter that he acknowledges was him, yet insists was hacked.
    Feel badly for his wife who must stand by her man during this Int'l Weiner Roast.

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    i just think men are pervs, and when you're in a position of power, you can get off on women who are into that. Men are pervs, and since the statistics of cheating (whether in a relationship or marraige) is at 50% or so, then odds are, many of your favorite politicians have messed up in some way.

    the part i dont get is, you CANT be a famous or powerful person and get away with cheating anymore. Not with the technology that we have today. That man obviously has a problem if he think he can hide such a thing.
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    btw, my favorite political scandals are still the gay ones...usually done by the most staunch anti-gay religous politicians. it makes me LOL hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post

    And yes, it has come out that Anthony Wiener took $45,000 of campaign contributions allegedly for 'therapy' when the first round of incidents happened.
    The $45k was supposedly to investigate who framed him the first time weiner was exposed.

    It was not for hookers. I don't know if there was anything illegal about weiners finances, but as far as I know, this scandal really just revolves around texting and phone calls of a raunchy nature. No hookers, no affairs, etc. Putting it in perspective, it sounds much less serious than other recent political sex scandals, like John Ensign, Mark Sanford, Elliott Spitzer, Arnold Swarzenegger, etc.

    There is something about this scandal however, that makes weiner seem very creepy. Maybe it is more acceptable to the public for a guy to have an affair or bang a hooker, than to post weiner pictures and creepy sex talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    btw, my favorite political scandals are still the gay ones...usually done by the most staunch anti-gay religous politicians. it makes me LOL hard.
    LOL, What about that merican preacher, i saw him on oprah years ago, he got busted buying crack or ice and his male prostitute lover dobbed him in, he had spent years preaching about how bad gays were lol and he got busted big time lol, that was some funny stuff, i think he might have been an evangelist or something like that but he was a big time preacher.
    Golden stuff lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    These two should run together. "Fillin'her with Weiner."


    I like it! The Filiner Weiner ticket!


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    What if Weiner was framed the poor guy lol.

    And has anybody actually seen his weiner, maybe he was just sending pictures to prove he didnt have a weiner, he could be just a victim of his name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    LOL, What about that merican preacher, i saw him on oprah years ago, he got busted buying crack or ice and his male prostitute lover dobbed him in, he had spent years preaching about how bad gays were lol and he got busted big time lol, that was some funny stuff, i think he might have been an evangelist or something like that but he was a big time preacher.
    Golden stuff lol
    yep. LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    LOL, What about that merican preacher, i saw him on oprah years ago, he got busted buying crack or ice and his male prostitute lover dobbed him in, he had spent years preaching about how bad gays were lol and he got busted big time lol, that was some funny stuff, i think he might have been an evangelist or something like that but he was a big time preacher.
    Golden stuff lol
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    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA TEDDY HAGGARD, cheers Steve, that was his name, the interview i saw was hillarious and compelling at the same time, it was like a car crash, i must admit he must have had great courage to give the interview, i did feel a bit sorry for him, but id say he was trying to get his side of the story out first, i dont know, but the gay prostitute, combined with the meth or what ever it was, was a damn funny story, you couldnt make that shite up lol.

    The real funny bit was when he said as wiki quotes ''i did buy meth, but i never used it, i was tempted, but i threw it away'' BWAHAHAHA THATS COMEDY GOLD RIGHT THERE LOL.

    The wiki page that Steve put up above is hilarious stuff, a great read....

    I think Haggard has Weiner covered easy lol.
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    did you see in the link i posted above, the politician who tried to give a BJ to an undercover cop, then when arrested, he made some excuse like "i'm afraid of black people, and i didnt want to become a statistic"
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    It's funny how someone in aus knows about a local level politician. It's because of funds right, and so different from Monica right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    did you see in the link i posted above, the politician who tried to give a BJ to an undercover cop, then when arrested, he made some excuse like "i'm afraid of black people, and i didnt want to become a statistic"
    ABWAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAAHAH MWAHAHHHAAHHHHAHAAHAHHHAHHAHAHA MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAHHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAH HAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

    That is some golden stuff Nic, honestly i was laughing so much i nearly cried reading those, the ''im afraid of black people'' one was frigging hilarious, they where all hilarious lol
    just pure gold lol.
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    Everybody should check out Nics link here, if you want to see some hilarious stuff, check it out, you couldnt make that stuff up lol, pure gold.
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    If you really think they're not all out chasing around their minions, you're incredibly out of touch. They post lists of the hottest staffers in DC all the time. My buddy's fiancee is an underling in DC and she has some great stories of having to reschedule meetings because the guy they were supposed to be meeting was too busy with an intern.

    This may be too political, but why do they even still have to go to DC. In the age of programs like Skype, why can't they use that and stay in the home area. They all seem so out of touch with the rest of us that it's ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    LOL, What about that merican preacher, i saw him on oprah years ago, he got busted buying crack or ice and his male prostitute lover dobbed him in, he had spent years preaching about how bad gays were lol and he got busted big time lol, that was some funny stuff, i think he might have been an evangelist or something like that but he was a big time preacher.
    Golden stuff lol
    Dammit Tone's where's your glossary? "dobbed him in?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    The $45k was supposedly to investigate who framed him the first time weiner was exposed.
    That's right. I stand corrected. I was trying to remember what it was for and the only thing coming to mind was therapy.
    The truth is so much better. You can't make this sh1t up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    Dammit Tone's where's your glossary? "dobbed him in?"
    LOL, we used the word dobbed here in oz to describe somebody that tells on another, ''dibba dobba cindy your in kindy'' lol, its a term used mostly by kids, you never dob your mates in here, is there another meaning to the word?
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    ...and he looks like a creepy chicken.
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    The latest weiner poll is pointing downward.

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    , is there another meaning to the word?
    Urban Dictionary lists half a dozen different meanings for it.
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    Who is this Anthony Weiner (Carlos Danger) guy? are all your politicians like h

    Even his people have absolutely no self control.

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    you can take the man out of the cave........
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    I like it! The Filiner Weiner ticket!

    Filiner w/ Weiner! Classic joke... no woman should ever have to ask her local politician "Where's the Beef?" Are we electing Politicians or Gigolo's?

    We are supposed to hold politicians and leaders to a higher standard, not a lower standard.

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    did you see in the link i posted above, the politician who tried to give a BJ to an undercover cop, then when arrested, he made some excuse like "i'm afraid of black people, and i didnt want to become a statistic"
    Well, then, don't ask me to carry your luggage.

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    you can take the man out of the cave........

    If ya got a cave, I don't think a man wants to enter... No guy enjoys the experience of throwing a hot dog down the hallway and calling it satisfying.

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    Well, then, don't ask me to carry your luggage.
    but tiny twinky men with tight smooth asses are the best strongest luggage carriers around. At least thats what i've been told.
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    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
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    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
    Yes. He still can not be trusted.
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    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
    Well. I think it does because being an ass to half your constituency means you're not doing your job, which is to serve your constituency, well.

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    i see what you mean about trust, but if it's not philandering, then it might be gambling...or alcoholism, or religious fanaticism, or baby kicking, etc. No person is truly perfect enough to be the perfect politician. i've given up hoping for that.
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    Who is this Anthony Weiner (Carlos Danger) guy? are all your politicians like h

    Yeah. Kind of have to be a narcissist which is kind of icky for the most part. Maybe he has a career ahead of him as a regular in the housewives of New Jersey. I hear there's an opening now.

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    This country just begs for a cleansing of biblical proportions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
    So many of the powerful people in this country/the world cheat. From politicians, to business owners, to religious leaders, to your local school board. People have to be judged by the work they do, not who they are caught sleeping with. Many of our greatest heroes are cheaters, and I would say more than the 50% measure that was mentioned before because heroes tend to have more power and opportunity.

    The Weiner case is magnitudes different because he was acting creepy, got caught, brought a lot of crap on his wife, pretended to be reformed, then ran for public office again knowing full well that there was a probability he would be caught. That just makes him a creep. Nobody has to vote for him. I wouldn't. But there have been even bigger creeps who were good at their jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    This country just begs for a cleansing of biblical proportions.
    I don't know the level of sarcasm at work here Sanchez, but I always see folks talking on these forums about how x, y, or z is just another example of how our country/the world has gone to hell.

    I happend to find the apocalyptic mindset as the best evidence that this country has gone to hell.

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    Lighten up guys! Curmudgeons!

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    Weiner has made for great late night viewing on the Fallon, Kimmel and Letterman shows. Long live Weiner!

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    Long live Weiner!
    I think you have that in the wrong order. Shouldn't it be Long Weiner, live! Or are all you old guys in here not having that issue yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shytie View Post
    I think you have that in the wrong order. Shouldn't it be Long Weiner, live! Or are all you old guys in here not having that issue yet?
    Still pretty long and ready for action, so far no complaints

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    i just think men are pervs, and when you're in a position of power, you can get off on women who are into that. Men are pervs, and since the statistics of cheating (whether in a relationship or marraige) is at 50% or so, then odds are, many of your favorite politicians have messed up in some way.

    the part i dont get is, you CANT be a famous or powerful person and get away with cheating anymore. Not with the technology that we have today. That man obviously has a problem if he think he can hide such a thing.
    Darling, men were meant to breed w/o feelings, and women were meant to having feelings enough to give men a hard time about wanting to breed, therefore complicating the hell out of a simple task of breeding which is necessary in order to ensure the future of the human race.

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    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
    Depends on if he's using taxpayer's dollars for hookers or not.

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    I think you have that in the wrong order. Shouldn't it be Long Weiner, live! Or are all you old guys in here not having that issue yet?
    Morningwood is good. Nooner's or Afternoon Delight is good too, when you can get it.

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    i do have to wonder though, if there were a politician who was a great thinker and leader (i'm not putting weenie in that category) but happen to be a little bit scuzzy to the ladies, would it matter as long as he performs his jerb well?
    BTW: It appears that Lewinsky was an intern for White House Chief of Staff, Leon Panetta, and then a paid employee for the 'Office of Legislative Affairs', all at the White House.
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    From Wikipedia: "With the assistance of a family connection, Lewinsky got an unpaid summer White House internship in the office of White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta. Lewinsky moved to Washington, D.C. and took up the position in July 1995. She moved to a paid position in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs in December 1995."

    "Lewinsky alleged that between November 1995 and March 1997, she had nine sexual encounters with then-President Bill Clinton that, according to her testimony, involved fellatio and other sexual acts in the Oval Office, but that none of them involved sexual intercourse."

    "Clinton previously had been confronted with allegations of sexual misconduct during his time as Governor of Arkansas, including a civil lawsuit filed against him by former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones, alleging that he had sexually harassed her. Lewinsky's name surfaced during the discovery phase of Jones' case, when Jones' lawyers sought to show a pattern of behavior by Clinton that involved sexual relationships with other government employees."

    "In April 1996, Lewinsky's superiors transferred her from the White House to The Pentagon because they felt she was spending too much time around Clinton. There she worked as an assistant to chief Pentagon spokesperson Kenneth Bacon."
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    That potentially leaves the taxpayers on the hook should they get sued for sexual harassment for a potentially hostile work environment or some quid-pro-quo action. That isn't acceptable, nor is it strictly between someone and their wife should they also happen to be married.

    Personally, I wouldn't have a problem with a player being in public office so long as they were up front about who they are and what they are about, didn't break the law, and do a good job.

    Too many that have not the slightest qualm about lying to anyone and everyone about way too many things. And too many people willing to believe all the goody-two-shoes crap they try to make us believe so they can get elected.

    Filner is a sexual harassment suit waiting to happen. . . . Several lawsuits apparently. That's a huge problem.

    Weiner, if he didn't improperly use campaign money, may not be a law breaker per se. But he is a lying sack of crap, and not someone I could trust. He's also one more poor decision from crossing the line in the workplace. I have no faith that he wouldn't do it if given the chance, considering all of the other poor decisions of his that are coming to light.

    For the record, I am equally disgusted by both major political parties. Plenty of sleazebags on both sides of the aisle.

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    Not to get too political, but what would you rather have, a president who had the budget balanced and working towards a surplus and got a bj in the White House, or a man who remained faithful but who couldn't manage the job to save his life? Purely hypothetical of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Not to get too political, but what would you rather have, a president who had the budget balanced and working towards a surplus and got a bj in the White House, or a man who remained faithful but who couldn't manage the job to save his life? Purely hypothetical of course.



    It's not the bj but rather the fact that Clinton was and is a pathological liar that people seem to conveniently overlook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyonadyke View Post
    Depends on if he's using taxpayer's dollars for hookers or not.
    And weiner has not been accused of doing that.

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    bla ba dee bla
    That would have been almost worth reading 15 years ago.

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    It's not the bj but rather the fact that Clinton was and is a pathological liar that people seem to conveniently overlook.
    True. But lying and the presidency go hand-in-hand. It's in the job description. We shouldn't believe otherwise less we digress into mythology. I'll take a balanced budget myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
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    That's a laugh. In yesteryear, a balanced budget was a reality. These days, those knuckleheads have turned the phrase into an oxymoron. Especially the puppets that run (and have run in recent years) California.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    True. But lying and the presidency go hand-in-hand. It's in the job description. We shouldn't believe otherwise less we digress into mythology. I'll take a balanced budget myself.



    Why should we accept the lower standard? That is nothing more than condoning the behavior. Our elected officials have been given carte blanc for far too long, its time to give them all their walking papers and start holding them to the standard which the position demands. Enough of this aiming for mediocrity. Vote out all incumbents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    Why should we accept the lower standard? That is nothing more than condoning the behavior. Our elected officials have been given carte blanc for far too long, its time to give them all their walking papers and start holding them to the standard which the position demands. Enough of this aiming for mediocrity. Vote out all incumbents.
    I respect what you are saying, if sincere. The only counter-point I would offer is that politics have been the same since the dawn of civilization. Whatever standard one might think the position demands, that standard has never been met. Period. I prefer results to moral high ground. Now, with no results, then bring on the dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    I respect what you are saying, if sincere. The only counter-point I would offer is that politics have been the same since the dawn of civilization. Whatever standard one might think the position demands, that standard has never been met. Period. I prefer results to moral high ground. Now, with no results, then bring on the dogs.
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    That's a laugh. In yesteryear, a balanced budget was a reality. These days, those knuckleheads have turned the phrase into an oxymoron. Especially the puppets that run (and have run in recent years) California.
    Didn't I read somewhere that California has done a nice job of getting its fiscal house in order these last few years? At least compared to what came before? Obviously, it's not perfect, and I'm sure there are some bad consequences, but I could have sworn I read what was once thought fiscally unimaginable is much closer to reality these days.

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    True. But lying and the presidency go hand-in-hand. It's in the job description. We shouldn't believe otherwise less we digress into mythology. I'll take a balanced budget myself.
    The budget starts with the CONgress

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    I respect what you are saying, if sincere. The only counter-point I would offer is that politics have been the same since the dawn of civilization. Whatever standard one might think the position demands, that standard has never been met. Period. I prefer results to moral high ground. Now, with no results, then bring on the dogs.
    SD, I think this is a sweeping generalism of the highest magnitude. You cannot possibly know about the quality of politicians since the 'dawn of time', or probably not even in the last 10 years. Yes, most politicians reflect the paucity of a truly ethical background, but I am pretty sure some have maintained a healthy moral impetus throughout their careers and got some good 'results'. As Sanchez points out, to dismiss all politicians as n'er-do-wells and to be willing to put up with this in any way is to condone this behavior. People can change and get healthier, but if we do not encourage it or work to change things, it will never happen and we will just keep ploughing through the mud.
    Weiner's problem is his name. And the fact that he is a bit of an idiot to think he can do what he did and still maintain public credibility. You reap what you sow...
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    RockerC, the highest magnitude really, and there's a difference between the dawn of time and the dawn of civilization. It's true, look it up
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    Meat, I've told myself a million times not to exaggerate! Just can't get it thru my thick skull... Dawn o' Time/civilisation... I think we both know what was inferred don't we? My thick skull got in the way of reading comprehension, but the point is nothing to do with when, but rather how... you're an intelligent guy, you shouldn't be nitpicking like this
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    RockerC, I'm nitpicking, I'm intelligent, lol, there you go exaggerating again. You really can't help yourself

    I get the character reference part, but guess I just don't care if people want to swing from the chandelier screaming Tarzan yells if that's what gets them off, and am amazed why anyone not involved would care, let alone obsessed on a national level.
    Some of the kinkiest hoes I knew were liars, and some were not, don't get what that has to do with anything, and certainly how well or what reasons they have to be motivated to do a job, politically or otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    SD, I think this is a sweeping generalism of the highest magnitude. You cannot possibly know about the quality of politicians since the 'dawn of time', or probably not even in the last 10 years. Yes, most politicians reflect the paucity of a truly ethical background, but I am pretty sure some have maintained a healthy moral impetus throughout their careers and got some good 'results'.
    I hear you Rocker. But when one is trying to make a larger philosophical point, sometimes sweeping generalizations are part of the package. I was trying to weigh in on a point brought up earlier in the thread: do personal morals matter if somebody does his/her job well.

    Sure there have been honest men and women involved in politics. The two Presidents in my lifetime who I consider to be the most moral were Jimmy Carter and George Herbert Walker Bush. Neither had particularly successful presidencies. Now, please don't take this to mean that I think honest women/men are doomed to fail in politics. I'm just saying that honesty and decency don't guarantee much in politics. And anyone who has been voting long enough has cast most her/his votes for someone who disappointed them by at least one idealistic/moral measure.

    I too have hopes for the future, and I believe things can change for the better. I just try to be vary wary of straying too far into idealism. In a sweeping and generalizing sort of way, I find too much idealism to be a danger to progress.

    And to anyone else who reads this, I'm not a nincompoop. I understand situational ethics and can draw a distinction between blowjobs and uglier forms of political abuses. When it comes to the ends justifying the means, it depends.

    Finally, the only reason I'm letting this stray too far away from Anthony's Weiner is because I find both D.Sanchez and Rocker to be wise folks who bring up good points.
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    if "morality" is something they can keep to themselves and be respectful, i'm all cool with that. But if it's something they're trying to shove down everybody's throats in the name of a specific religion, then that's not cool. Problem is, it's often the most supposedly religious moral people who end up royally effing up in some sex scandal. They just need to be more private about their shyt! i dont really trust powerful people to be seriously moral anymore.
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    Didn't I read somewhere that California has done a nice job of getting its fiscal house in order these last few years?
    With the current increasing tax structure, decreasing revenues, businesses fleeing in droves, and continued mismanagement by the pin heads under the white dome, the California state budget is a ticking time bomb.
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