Tag Archives: Anthony Weiner

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Weiner’s Sexting Continued Up to a Year Ago

Last summer. Yeah, roughly August. Maybe even a little earlier than that.

— New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, offering “a rough date” for when his sexting with women online finally ended, Politicker reports.

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Wronged Wives Stick Together

As a person and as a woman and as a wife, I’ve been through the painful reality of marriage with a troubled individual and having it in the press. My heart goes out to her.

— Jenny Sanford, quoted by the Washington Post, on Anthony Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin.

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Marion Barry is the Master of the Comeback

I can identify with them.

— Former Washington, D.C. mayor Marion Barry (D), quoted by CNN, on the political comeback attempts by Anthony Weiner (D) and Eliot Spitzer (D).

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Weiner’s Joke Makes Audience Uncomfortable

Were you raising your hand or flirting with me?

— Anthony Weiner, quoted by Politicker, noting the “off-the-cuff comment drew laughter — if slightly uncomfortable — from the largely positive crowd.”

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Weiner Says He Has Thick Skin

Frankly, if you don’t have a thick skin — and I’ve developed an almost rhinocerosly thick skin going through this process — then you probably shouldn’t put yourself up for office, particularly if you want to be mayor. I certainly understand completely … that people have some pretty tough things to say to me, and I’ve certainly seen them all.

— New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner (D), quoted by Politicker.

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Weiner Wonders at Newspaper Coverage

I have no idea how a struggling newspaper has nine reporters covering us.

— New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner (D), quoted by BuzzFeed, ribbing a New York Post reporter.

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Cuomo Doesn’t Want Weiner as Mayor of NYC

Shame on us.

— New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), in an interview with the Syracuse Post-Standard, on if New York City elects Anthony Weiner as mayor.

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Anthony Weiner Inches Back Into Twitter

I’m not going to let that tool go unused.

— Anthony Weiner, quoted by the New York Observer, on why he’s using Twitter again despite his rocky history with the social media network.

Poetic Justice

A Thousand Words

Looks like Tony Weiner is saying goodbye.
We’ll all recall him as a real stand-up guy.
Because of his sexting mess,
He’s resigning from Congress,
But we’ll always have the twitpics to remember him by.

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