Day By Day July 9, 2011 – Hard

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

Yeah former Rep. Anthony Weiner certainly did pass along the “HARD” stuff albeit short…..

Again, President Obama should get off the Twitter, stop playing golf and pay some attention to the national economy. This is NOT fun and games so stop frakking around with your re-election winning the future BS and get down to business with the Congress.

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Day By Day June 10, 2011 – Flesh Mob

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

Twitter queen indeed.

As New York Rep. Anthony Weiner heads off the rehab – (didn’t we all know that was coming?) more embarrassing photos of his online sexploits surface.

Rep. Anthony Weiner took several pictures of himself grabbing his privates, part of a new batch of embarrassing photos that surfaced online Sunday morning.

The gossip website TMZ.com posted 11 photos it claimed were taken in the House member’s gym, a private exercise facility in the Capitol complex that is open to current and former lawmakers.

The photos show Weiner standing in front of a mirror, his BlackBerry pointed forward snapping shots of bare chest, often with just a towel draped over his genitals. There are also shots of him in the middle of the exercise room, with empty elliptical trainers behind him.

The online gallery of Weiner’s bizzare shots was posted the day after the New York congressman rejected calls from a slew of Democratic Party leaders for him to resign his seat amid the drip-drip-drip of a sex scandal that has captivated Washington and New York for more than two weeks now. Each day brings an embarrassing new revelation for Weiner, who said Saturday that he would take a leave of absence and seek professional treatment while he charts his next move.

But, Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats have a problem on their hands as long as Weiner holds office. But, maybe Weiner thinks he can survive like Rep. Barney Frank?

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Day By Day June 4, 2011 – Weenie Run

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

I am a few days behind on Day By Day but it is NOW obvious that Rep. Anthony Weiner won’t be running for New York City Mayor or probably anything else, including re-election to the House. The latest in the scandal is from TMZ.com.
Congressman Anthony Weiner instructed one of his Internet women how to lie about their relationship … and even offered PR help from his team, which could create major legal issues for him … TMZ has learned.

Weiner and former porn star Ginger Lee exchanged scores of sexual emails over a long period of time.  When the underwear scandal broke on May 28, Lee began receiving calls from the media, and Weiner was more than happy to help her control the situation … by lying.

It is ONLY going to get worse for him as the House moves on an Ethics probe.

By Friday, I predict, the Democratic Leaders of the House and Senate will pay the New York Congressman a visit and tell him it is over and that he must go. I would say sometime Friday afternoon D.C. time = say 5 PM.

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Weinergate: Put a Fork in Weiner – He’s Done

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U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) speaks to the media in New York, June 6, 2011. Representative Anthony Weiner admitted on Monday to sending a lewd photo of himself to a 21-year-old female college student over his Twitter account after previously denying he had done so

I think so.
It was only fitting that the circus surrounding Rep. Anthony Weiner’s admission on Monday that he had, in fact, sent lewd messages to random females over Twitter ended with a lewd question referencing a wiener.

“Were you fully erect?” an apparent plant from a shock jock radio show shouted as the New York Democrat ended a painful apology news conference in New York City’s Sheraton Hotel.

Tent pole jokes aside, the inquisitor highlighted a remarkable fact: A man regarded as one of the smartest strategists in Democratic politics and a likely 2013 New York City mayoral frontrunner had fallen from the rising star to national punch line in less than a week.

And the embarrassing scandal inevitably raised the question of whether the career of a politician — even one as skilled as many thought Weiner was — could survive it. A quick poll of New York politicos and D.C. pundits found few saying he could. But they also noted a geopolitical factor that worked to his advantage: This is New York — stranger things have happened.

“He needs to have a multi-year commitment to a comeback strategy,” said Chris Lehane, a Democratic operative and oft-described crisis communications expert with experience in the Clinton White House. “I’d tell him that you have to realize it will take you multiple years to get back to the position you were in just a week ago.”

Rep. Anthony Weiner ain’t no Ted Kennedy or Bill Clinton.

Put a fork in him – He’s Done.