Weinergate

Well that just about wraps up the political career of Anthony Weiner, wouldn’t you say? I mean, c’mon … when asked by a reporter if that is a picture of your package, any innocent imbecile with half a brain would say not only no but hell no. Instead, Weiner’s response is: “I can’t say with certitude” that picture isn’t of me.

Looks like Weiner needs to start looking for a new profession. But wait a minute. I’[m forgetting something here. The Weiner is a Democrat. They pretty much get a pass on this sort of thing. After all, it’s not as if he got a mouth hug from some intern. Wait … that happened too, didn’t it? Oh yeah … but that was a Democrat as well; a Democrat with a unique idea of what a cigar holder should look like. So just what in the hell does a Democrat have to do to torpedo their own career? We know what it takes for a Republican … just take a picture of yourself with your shirt off. That’s what New York Republican Christopher Lee did … and he sent that picture over the Internet to some cutie. Whack! He’s toast! Clearly Lee should have taken a picture of Big Al and The Boyz for that young flatbelly. He would still be in congress. But wait again! No he wouldn’t! He’s a Republican! Different standards.

We learn today that Weiner has hired a private law firm to look into how his account might have been hacked. You can see through this, can’t you? If you haven’t noodle it out, here’s the deal:

* File a report with the police saying your computer has been hacked. The police investigate. The police discover that you haven’t been hacked and that you actually sent the crotch shot yourself. Oops! That’s filing a false police report and you’re charged with a crime.

* Hire a private law firm to investigate if and how your computer was hacked. The private law firm finds out there was no hacking and that you actually did send the picture. The law firm says nothing to anyone because there is a lawyer-client relationship that insures confidentiality. But you do get to posture before the media and the public that you’re actually trying to figure out who hacked your computer.

The Golden Weiner

From Weiner Facts

In the Weiner report about Glenn Beck and Goldline, Weiner fires up his Congressional research machine and sources…a message board?

“According to customer complaints, that can be found on consumer complaint boards
such as ‘Rip-off Reports’”

Here at WeinerFacts.com we don’t lower ourselves to sourcing message boards. We’ll stick with the Better Business Bureau, and even the New York Times:

“The Better Business Bureau, which has given Goldline an A+ rating, said Tuesday that it was standing by that. A representative of the bureau said it had recently re-reviewed Goldline in response to Mr. Weiner’s accusations and saw no reason for a change. “It’s a company with not that many complaints,” said Gary Almond, from the bureau. When compared with other companies that sell gold, “there was a remarkable difference in how each one addressed complaints,” noting that some of those other companies had F ratings.”