Thursday, June 9, 2011

Should Anthony Weiner Resign?

THE GENTLE MAN IS WRONG!
Firstly, what the fuck is with the media? For the most part people in his district don't want him to resign, why is CNN of all organizations treating this as if he committed a grave crime against humanity? They are mercilessly  going at him. Dana Bash doesn't deserve to call herself a reporter(excuse me, congressional correspondent)  if she's going to dedicate precious hours to this nonsense instead of actual congress hearings. CNN isn't the only organization doing this of course, but I have had other issues with them this week which I will get into in my subsequent posts. It's just an outrage this would dominate the headlines and it's a massive distraction from real issues and a severe waste of media time that could be used to report on something more important. But hey mainstream media- what can you do?

 Now on to the obvious- should he resign? FUCK NO! The idiocy of this whole fiasco aside, Congressman Weiner is actually one of the very few in our government who actually seems to give a shit about the people.(See the 9/11first  responders bill) Which is why Nancy Pelosi, Virginia's own Tim Kaine, and the rest of the pathetic Democratic party who have no moral responsibility to the American people, want him to resign. He's the most vocal member of congress and he says a lot of things most Democrats won't say mostly likely due to their own financial interests of course. There's no incentive for them to fight so they don't. then they come out with the guise of "oh the big bad Republicans did blah blah blah blah", it's absurd. When someone actually challenges what's going on in congress, he or she becomes a liability for the entire party because the donors don't want fighting Democrats, they want complacent whiny assholes. The same could be said about the Republican party of course but they are too far gone from the morals the original GOP stood for. 

 Back to the issue at hand, what he did was pathetic, immoral, and stupid(double check your tweets next time) , but it isn't that big of a deal. It's a problem for him and his wife to sort out privately as with all matters like this. Our representatives aren't gods, they are human like the rest of us. Sex, religion, and politics should NEVER be mingled together(see Iran). On the other hand if someone is purposely giving our money away to big corporations while raising your average Joe's taxes and cutting funding to his kids schools, that should be looked into, but for some reason, it never is. I want to see Weiner resign from the Democratic party and place his ties somewhere else because these frauds are the lowest of the low. Sie ficken. 



39 comments:

  1. no he shouldnt i dont think its that big a deal! not really our problem its between him and his family

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  2. Never mingle them together! Followed!

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  3. The sexting isn't that big of a deal. What is a big deal is the fact that he went on television and denied the whole thing (or very obviously evaded the question) when it was true. The fact that he was willing to bold face lie about something that he could easily be proven false on, makes you wonder about what he will say about things in which we just have to "trust" what he says. I don't know much about him honestly, So I don't really have an opinion about whether he should resign or not. But if the resignation people are calling for is because he has naked pictures, that's just idiotic, As Noam Chomsky has said http://www.chomsky.info/talks/1990----.htm
    "If the Nuremberg laws were applied, then every post-war American president would have been hanged." If our presidents can get away with such horrible things, then why should this guy resign because he took a pic of his dick. It's just another things to take our attention away from real issues.

    Also I believe people are upset because I heard he was doing this on his work computer, he works for the govt, meaning his computer and access to internet may be paid for with taxes, or at the least his time he is at work he should be doing what taxes pay for.

    >>end rant

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  4. >>Start rant again.

    Why don't more celebrities and public officials simply take the David Letterman approach. Dave letterman admitted to his affair on tv. Guess what, no one cares about it now and he bounced back easily. When you hide and deny it, people get pissed and it blows up in your face.

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  5. There was sex in Iran, first news.

    very interesting.

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  6. I respect everyone who have their own opinion and are will to share them like this. I don't have to agree with them but m fully respectful.
    You blog is quite of unique one, but my advice for your next post would be to keep an eye on paragraphs, make them more estetic.
    Anyhow, good post.

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  7. Thank You!
    I was kind of afraid that no one was looking at this rationally.

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  8. I personally don't think so, but hey not our problem!

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  9. I agree about CNN and the rest of the media having a bias about him stepping down.
    The only reason I believe he should step down is because he was dishonest at first and tried to lie about it. If he had not lied about it we wouldn't be talking about this today.

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  10. I think he should resign. He's an elected official who should behave himself as such and right now and going forward, he has no clout anymore. He's forever the weiner dude.

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  11. i feel ya, hate the media sometimes so badly!

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  12. its not that big of a deal but the media is making things much worse and the sheep of the public listen to it

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  13. if happen in italy he will be electecd president

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  14. Even if he lied on TV, it was a personal, it should have never have been made a big deal by the media in the first place.

    Great post, keep us updated!

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  15. imo he should :/, but good writing keep it up!

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  16. Should he resign? I don't know, but he needs to practice better self-control.

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  17. In my opinion he should, keep up the good work.

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  18. Man I dont know... seriously, I do like your way of writing alot, gonna follow you man.

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  19. He should! Keep it up
    +follow

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  20. the media loves blowing stupid stuff out of proportion. followed

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  21. The media does go overboard too much. And they do it because we eat it up. .


    You will like my post on Sarah Palin's emails. Check it out :)

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  22. After reading this I couldn't help but google up more info on Mr. Weiner. Good job on your coverage.

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  23. It's his personal life, his job shouldn't have any effect on it tbh

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  24. I've seen people arguing about the severity of what he did for days. I agree that it wasn't that big of a deal, but God was it retarded. This is something that a 14 year old girl does, not something that a politician should be doing.

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  25. It's a pretty sorry situation, but I'm a little eprplexed as to why the media is calling for his head.

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  26. Honestly, I couldn't care less what a guy does in his personal life as long as it doesn't affect his job. With this issue, though, it's up in the air...

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  27. Nah, I don't think he should. The media just loves to stir things up...

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  28. plain and simple? yes. yes he should.

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  29. Sie ficken. haha. :D
    somehow i completely missed all that.

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  30. Yeah, he needs to get out of office.

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  31. sie ficken! :D
    nice post dude! keep up the good work

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  32. What I don't understand is why everybody in the God damned world wants people to resign. BP ruined the ocean-WHAT WILL TH CEO RESIGNING DO/DID? I think not under a normal circumstance. When 9/11 happened, Busch didn't protect them-he didn;t have to resign...I just dont get ppl. So I say no.

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