Wednesday, September 11, 2013

What A Richard...

Weiner, Spitzer political comebacks fall flat
NEW YORK (AP) — Anthony Weiner's ill-fated mayoral campaign ended with a string of final embarrassments: He mustered a mere 5 percent at the ballot box. One of his sexting partners tried to crash his primary night rally. And Weiner was caught making an obscene gesture to reporters as he was driven away.

Outside a "victory" party where supporters mourned a disappointing fifth-place finish in the Democratic primary, cameras crowded around Sydney Leathers, the 23-year-old whose sexting with the former congressman brought his once-high-flying campaign to a screeching halt.
You could say she brought his campaign [pauses to put sunglasses on] to a head. [YEEAAAAARGH!]

Not much else to say, except good riddance to bad rubbish. In the words of Holden Caulfield, sleep tight, ya morons. Something tells me, though, that we haven't seen the last of Anthony Weiner. I'm sure he'll be coming to a "TubeGalore" in the near future...

I suspect he'll be springing up again...

That is all.

5 comments:

Dave H said...

Who says reality TV bears no resembllance to the real world?

I almost (but not quite) wished I could have been a resident of NYC so I could have voted against Tony Bologna.

KevinW said...

The CSI:Miami reference - that's gold, Jerry! Gold!

Chris said...

Well, we know for sure he has the balls to run again. Right?

TOTWTYTR said...

Has anybody else mentioned that if they were to run for President and Vice President it would be the "Weiner - Spitzer" ticker?

Just wondering?

SteveG said...

My guess is that MSNBC will tout him as one of their new up and coming talking heads soon.