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July 24, 2013


“Your health care rants were a huge turn-on.”


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Wasn't Carlos Danger a character in a Carl Hiassan novel?

"Mr. Speaker I'd like to insert a member item in the health care bill for Vi@gra users."

As an aside, maybe the Post and the Daily News might want to devote a little of their righteous indignation to politicians who have actually (ahem) met the women they've interacted with.

Or the poster boy for Republican hypocrisy, Indiana's Dan Burton: In 1995 speaking of the then recent affairs of Republican Robert Packwood and the unfolding affair of Democrat Bill Clinton Burton stated "No one, regardless of what party they serve, no one, regardless of what branch of government they serve, should be allowed to get away with these alleged sexual improprieties..." [52] In 1998 the magazine Vanity Fair was to print an article detailing an affair which Burton himself had in 1983 which produced a child. Before publication Burton admitted to fathering a son with a former state employee.

I hear Weiner is refusing to pull out.

Pogo had a character who wound up with his head stuck in a cannon.
After many unsuccessful efforts of others to remove either the cannon or the head, he was finally freed.
He immediately went back in because, as he said, "Forgot my hat".
I can't remember the name of the character but I suspect it was some variety of "Weiner".

The Honorable Molester Mole, in fact. Albert was always getting a foot stuck in a cannon, but Mole was the one you're thinking of.

And I did that from memory, without looking at the archive, and before coffee. I'm such a putz idiot savant.

There is simply not enough shame to make this guy just go away

There is simply not enough shame to make that guy just go away

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There is simply not enough shame to make this guy just go away

manual tomato: try this.

Your http had a colonoscopy.

Dammit, typepoop screwed up my link too. Go here.

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Anthony is just trying to get a hand around his problem.

He missed an opportunity to blame it on failure of his Microsoft parental blocking softward to keep him from embarrassing himself.

It took even The Onion until this afternoon to come up with anything that could be funnier than yesterday's actual press conference.

'The National Organization for Women in New York City also called on Mr. Weiner to drop out, calling him “clearly and compellingly unfit for public office.”'

That could be just what Weiner needs to launch his comeback. Now if he can just get PETA and the ACLU to protest one of his speeches...

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