When you tweet, you can’t delete
Members of the Democrat Party must be deliriously happy these days.
Last week, two prominent Democrats, John Edwards and Anthony Weiner made headlines that are sure to please every loyal Democrat. Yes, these “bad boys” have stepped forward in a way that is sure to galvanize their supporters and ensure that their political resumes’ are enhanced to at least the level of - who was it, oh, yes, William Jefferson Clinton.
Have you seen that advertisement on TV that asks if you suffer from low “T”? Well, apparently, neither John Edwards nor Anthony Weiner suffer from low “T.” These “bad boys” have been hitting on the girls with enthusiasm, and well, it seems to this ole country boy that their political careers may be in jeopardy. But dare I think that, let alone say it? William Jefferson Clinton’s career was actually enhanced by his indiscretions. Of course, he was impeached for lying under oath to a federal court, but let’s not quibble about the details. Does the name “Monica” jog your memory? He survived and served out his term as President.
Clinton surrounded himself with some of the most aggressive ideologues in America. James Carville immediately comes to mind. He, also, was a better politician than either Edwards or Weiner. He didn’t earn the name “Slick Willie” at a fraternity party. Wait. Maybe he did. At any rate, Clinton could be likeable, and neither Edwards nor Weiner are likeable. In fact, if I had to rate either of them on the “obnoxious scale”, I would rate Anthony Weiner as the most obnoxious person I have ever seen. He is even more obnoxious that Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Dick Durbin combined, which is saying a lot.
Anthony Weiner, a New York Democrat Congressmen, fits all of the qualifications of an ego out of control. He is a dyed-in-the wool socialist, and I use that term with some hesitation because his ego is such that he wants to destroy the constitution and replace it with a “Soviet- style” government where all decisions are made in Washington. He does not believe in capitalism, and the word “re-distribution” sounds like a world-class symphony orchestra playing Nikolay Sokolov compositions in his ear. He wants power. He wants to dictate to you and me what you can and cannot do. He, like Obama, wants to destroy the private sector and replace it with an economy designed in Washington. He is an elitist thinking that he is much smarter than you and me, and claims that what he says is what should be done. Rules and regulations apply to you and me, but not to him. Could he benefit from mental health services? To quote Sarah Palin, “you betcha.”
But, the mighty have now fallen thanks to, of all things, a “tweet”, and the Democrat Party is once again going into “disaster control mode.” The expression that comes to mind is, “Once you tweet, you can’t delete.” Anthony Weiner, the most arrogant man in Washington, was brought down by a “tweet.” His perversion was captured by a “tweet”, and all of his arrogance, self-importance, elitism, was captured on something that just a few years ago no one ever conceived of - let alone used. The cell phone is a wonderful thing, but seriously, it should be prohibited to Congressmen, especially those with sexual perversion tendencies like Weiner and Edwards. Weiner actually believed that women he had never met desired to see his “nether regions.” I doubled over in hysterical laughter just thinking about this picture. If you have ever seen a picture of Weiner, you are laughing, too. The word “handsome” does not come to mind.
John Edwards, a former Democrat presidential candidate, broke the law, and I think he may be in some trouble. It’ll cost him a pretty penny to escape jail, but he probably will.
As for Weiner, I’m going to agree with Rush Limbaugh. Rush said, “I hope Anthony Weiner never resigns. I hope Polosi does not make a full pitched effort at the Ethics Committee.” Rush goes on to say that “Weiner will become the poster child for the Democrat Party.” But, alas, I fear that the Democrats in Congress will force this pervert out of office, and this would be a shame. Let him serve. Already, Jay Leno and David Letterman are having a field day with jokes, but more importantly, they are making a joke of Anthony Weiner. Come November 2012, the voters of New York will, also, make a joke of Weiner.
When one gets a gift of this magnitude, he must understand that it is a gift from the Almighty. Money alone could never expose this type of corruption.
Please Congressman Weiner, please don’t resign, I beg you. Fight, fight, fight with all your might. Tweet, tweet, tweet to your hearts content.
But just remember this rule, “When you tweet, you can’t delete.”