No one has started a congressman Weiner poll?

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No one has started a congressman Weiner poll?

stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
You must have heard by now that Congressman Weiner from NY sent pics to college aged girls, shirtless, in his underwear & I have heard 6 others were going to com forward. He 1st lied & said his account was hacked, but he fessed up today, but said he wouldn't step down.
Should he stay or should he go?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Step Down
26  (44%)
Stay a Congressman
33  (56%)
Total votes: 59
Poll is closed
06/06/2011
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Bunnycups Bunnycups
I was going to post a news article about it just now.
06/06/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
*shrug, doesn't care* Hope he sent headless pics - all the photos of him on the news have his expression looking like he's in a middle of a bowel movement.
06/06/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
As much as I think what he did was foolish, he's been a really good congressman and I'll be pissed if he steps down over something this silly when we can look at all the other bullshit going on in Washington for comparison.
06/06/2011
Bunnycups Bunnycups
Weiner comes clean: 'I DID send dirty pictures to SIX women and then I lied about it. I apologize, it was dumb but I WON'T resign'
06/06/2011
Bunnycups Bunnycups
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
*shrug, doesn't care* Hope he sent headless pics - all the photos of him on the news have his expression looking like he's in a middle of a bowel movement.
Lol.
06/06/2011
married with children married with children
he should go and charges should be filed on him. I heard on the news that some of the girls he was talking to on line were underage. Even if they were not, he lied to his wife and then to the country. We should be getting better out of our government. I am sick and tired of this stupid wastes of skin that are in DC right not. Our government has forgotten why it is. It is here to protect the constitution. If he lied about something simple like that, how can we believe him when he is telling us obama's health bill will save us money, all 2800 pages of it?
06/07/2011
stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
I agree 100% with you Sloppy Donkey.
I also heard that he is the go to Congressman when the Far Left Liberals do not agree with President Obama
06/07/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Sloppy Donkey, he's not in DC. He's here in New York and that's likely where we'll keep him. He's a fantastic legislator and continues to vote along my issues and bring passion to the floor when he speaks. He even came out to speak at the Planned Parenthood Rally in Manhattan when they tried to shut down federal funding for Planned Parenthood's services.

Personally I could give a fuck less what kind of consensual sex play Weiner engages in when he's not on the clock. He did not break the law in any way. What the fuck do I care if he cheats on his wife and lies to the public about it; it's irrelevant to his political career. All politicians lie, but Anthony Weiner is far from the worst of them. I think he's got guts to own up to it and not step down, and I'm glad he didn't.
06/07/2011
big b big b
get him out
06/07/2011
deletedacct deletedacct
I'm guilty of sexting, does that mean i should also lose my job? What does one's personal life have to do with their job performance? I frankly don't care.
06/07/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
It was dumb, but he didn't do anything a LOT of adults don't already do...he just got caught.

If you followed his career before this, you'd see he was ahead of the pack when it comes to being a good representative. He spoke to reason and knows how to handle the idiots at Faux News.
06/08/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by stlouisxxx
You must have heard by now that Congressman Weiner from NY sent pics to college aged girls, shirtless, in his underwear & I have heard 6 others were going to com forward. He 1st lied & said his account was hacked, but he fessed up today, but ...
Since when is it against the law to send lewd pictures to people? It is done every day. As for the "lying" I am of the beleif that the press has NO business asking politicians aboute details of their personal lives and then getting up in arms when the politicians try to maintain their privacy.

This is NOT an offense to lose one's job over. Starting an illegal war is. Destroying the economy by giving people who can most afford it the best tax breaks is. Lying about "weapons of mass destruction" to get Congress to go along with plans to start a war to make your rich ass of a daddy and your rich ass of a vice president even richer is.

Posting a pic of your dick on the net is NOT an act one should lose a job over.

So fucking what? Did it compromise Wiener's ability to do his job? Did he HURT anyone or take misuse funds? Did he start an unnecessary war where hundreds of thousands of people were killed? Did he lie to the entire nation in order to start the war? NO! Therefor, it has NO bearing on his job.

Was it a dumb thing to do? Of course. An offense to lose one's job over? No. Why would it be? Why are people in this country SO prudish about sex that they want to crucify anyone who even shows a modicum of a sex drive in public?
06/08/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by married with children
he should go and charges should be filed on him. I heard on the news that some of the girls he was talking to on line were underage. Even if they were not, he lied to his wife and then to the country. We should be getting better out of our ...
So, every Congressman who lies to his wife should lose his job? Puh-Lease.

On what news "network" did you hear the girls were underage? FUX? And, even if he did, do YOU know the ages of every single person you talk to on the internet for sure? Do you know who I am or how old I am? If not, then Wiener or anyone else has no more knowledge than you do about these things. How do you EVER know for sure who you are talking to on the internet.

It was a dumb thing to do, yes, but NeoCon motives for trying to destroy the careers of every Democrat they can get their hands on, even when minor things happen, while ignoring the plank in their own eyes make me want to throw up.

Newt Gingrich fucked everything that got in front of him, should he not be allowed to run for president, due to HIS sex drive? No, even though I don't like the guy, maybe he should still, even with evidence he cheated on every woman he has ever been in a relationship with (not on line, with his dick) does he still has a right to run for office?

During Gingrich's term as Speaker, eighty-four ethics charges were filed against him.

So he wouldn't have to face a Congressional Hearing, Gingrich and the House Ethics Subcommittee negotiated a sanctions agreement, which Gingrich immediately violated! On January 21, 1997, the House voted 395 to 28 to reprimand Gingrich, including a $300,000 "cost assessment" to get back taxpayers' money spent on the investigation. This was the first time in the House's history that the Speaker had been disciplined for ethics violations ( His crimes hurt the American Public. Posting one's dick on the internet hasn't harmed anyone.

Even though he fucked up his last political job, he's still running for president. You Republicans can't ignore your own people's foibles and then want to destroy a Dem when he or she makes a small, inconsequential mistake.
06/08/2011
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Quote:
Originally posted by married with children
he should go and charges should be filed on him. I heard on the news that some of the girls he was talking to on line were underage. Even if they were not, he lied to his wife and then to the country. We should be getting better out of our ...
Charges for what? Being an ass? We'd empty all of Washington D.C. They all do crap with the mentality 'better to beg for forgiveness, than ask permission' if I'm caught.

I can think of a million reasons he lied about it, but at the end of the day, he lied about something embarrassing, stupid, and hurtful to his wife and family. He did not lie about anything that will hurt or affect the people of New York.

I want Pelosi to resign for suggesting wasting tax payer money on an investigation of his actions. They don't need to spend $250,000 to tell the public what they already know: he's got a pervy streak. So what? Big deal.
06/09/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Charges for what? Being an ass? We'd empty all of Washington D.C. They all do crap with the mentality 'better to beg for forgiveness, than ask permission' if I'm caught.

I can think of a million reasons he lied about it, but ...
SERIOUSLY. Fucking Pelosi!
06/09/2011
Anjulie Anjulie
Um, is it just me or does it seem crazy for Weiner to step down while Vitter ,who by the way is alleged to have committed a CRIME (hiring prostitutes) is still in office and having a fundraiser tonight!!
06/09/2011
ToyBoy ToyBoy
I know a lot of people who live and New York, and they all say he does an amazing job. So he is horny! He did nothing illegal and I rather have someone who takes pictures of his boner than someone who sucks at their job.
06/09/2011
Linga Linga
I think the question is... who really cares? He wasn't doing anything illegal right? No minors involved? It should be between his wife and family not the whole damned world!
06/14/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
Quote:
Originally posted by Linga
I think the question is... who really cares? He wasn't doing anything illegal right? No minors involved? It should be between his wife and family not the whole damned world!
Well, actually, he was in contact with a minor...
06/14/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by DeliciousSurprise
Well, actually, he was in contact with a minor...
It's the internet. I don't know the real ages of everyone I come into contact with. We shouldn't expect anyone else to, either.

It was a dumb thing to do, but trying to hold someone responsible when they were lied to about the age of someone who sent them an email? Silly.

Politicians do hella worse things every day, people die or lose their homes because of those politicians actions, and yet THIS is a huge deal. It makes no sense to me.
06/14/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
Quote:
Originally posted by stlouisxxx
You must have heard by now that Congressman Weiner from NY sent pics to college aged girls, shirtless, in his underwear & I have heard 6 others were going to com forward. He 1st lied & said his account was hacked, but he fessed up today, but ...
It's a stupid thing to do and reflects badly on his intelligence, but, frankly, if this is the worst thing he's done then he's morally superior, for a politician.

Everything needs to be taken in context. If it doesn't make him worse at his job then it doesn't matter.
06/14/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
It's the internet. I don't know the real ages of everyone I come into contact with. We shouldn't expect anyone else to, either.

It was a dumb thing to do, but trying to hold someone responsible when they were lied to about the age ...
I'm not criticizing my lovely congressman, merely responding to a comment. I posted my opinion above, on the matter.

And I understand that this is the internet: I am of the generation that was raised on the internet. I made a study of it for my senior thesis.
I've been "selective" about the information I release about my age, sex, gender, occupation, location and job status since for the past (+/-) ten years, which, considering that I'm twenty-one should give you some context as to what I did as a minor.

So, yes, I understand that people lie on the internet--I have been one of them. I understand how very easy it is to be older (or younger) than you claim to be; it's easy to swap your sex out for another; everyone can be a doctor online. As the song goes, I'm so much cooler online. But because I understand the internet, I assume that everyone is being deceptive about who they are, rather than being honest.

As I commented to a relative last night, "This is New York. It's not like we've never forgiven worse..."
06/14/2011
cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
Quote:
Originally posted by DeliciousSurprise
I'm not criticizing my lovely congressman, merely responding to a comment. I posted my opinion above, on the matter.

And I understand that this is the internet: I am of the generation that was raised on the internet. I made a study of it ...
I love that music video! We watched it in my SOC class. Speaking of that...


We have been talking about crime and mores and sanctions, and I seriouly think this is ridiculous.

I agree with P'Gell in her comment (well all of them, really lol) about republicans trying to take over the office. I'm sick of their white collar and corporate crimes going no further than a slap on the wrist.

I am also sick of the fact that they fucked up our country, took 8 years to do it, and now they give Obama a hard time because he hasn't fixed in half the time? Are you kidding???

As for Weiner, leave the poor guy alone. So he's horny.. someone send him here. Lol
06/14/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by cherryredhead88
I love that music video! We watched it in my SOC class. Speaking of that...


We have been talking about crime and mores and sanctions, and I seriouly think this is ridiculous.

I agree with P'Gell in her comment (well all of ...
AMEN, Sister!

I saw Justice Scalia on TV last night, when he helped turn down more than a million women from being able to start a Class Action law suit against WalMart. They and others were discriminated out of job opportunities, raises, etc from Wal Mart and Scalia (and his lap dogs) just said, "No, it isn't discrimination." and I started to scream! He'san abomination. A picture of a dick is not.

Scalia set women and Labor back 20 years, and nobody even noticed. WTF is wrong with people? They are SO afraid of dark skinned people, or those with Latino names or anyone they don't like "taking over" that they'll vote for fascists who they think will keep them "safe." All while eroding all of our rights. "A Corporation is a person" my ASS!

I'm gonna shut up now.
06/21/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
AMEN, Sister!

I saw Justice Scalia on TV last night, when he helped turn down more than a million women from being able to start a Class Action law suit against WalMart. They and others were discriminated out of job opportunities, raises, etc ...
Well, for some historical context, a eco-political atmosphere very much like what we're seeing now proceeded the French Revolution...

...Of course, that was before we had Farmville to suck up all of our time...
06/21/2011
oohlookasquirrel oohlookasquirrel
As long as he's not a rapist or a pedophile, I don't see why his sex life is any of our business. That's between him and his wife and the other people they choose to include in their sex life. I suspect that he has to travel a lot, and he can't be with his wife all the time. If a little bit of online fun keeps him from sleeping with other people, I don't see a problem with it. Yeah, perhaps he could have been more cautious, but that doesn't mean he's not fit to be a politician.

I can't think of a single politician I agree with on every single thing he/she has ever done. You usually have to pick between two, and you pick the less evil one. I think his behavior was relatively harmless, and I'd vote for him today if he were up for election in my area.

If you opened up my bedside drawer, you might say that I shouldn't be allowed to do my job either. You might be able to stalk me online and find me talking about sex frankly on EdenFantasys, and some people might disagree with my behavior. Should I have to quit my job? I hope not!
06/21/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Quote:
Originally posted by DeliciousSurprise
Well, for some historical context, a eco-political atmosphere very much like what we're seeing now proceeded the French Revolution...

...Of course, that was before we had Farmville to suck up all of our time...
Of course, that was before we had Farmville to suck up all of our time...

*snort*

I don't play Farmville, I browse EF instead.

That said, I agree, he shouldn't step down over something that 3/4 of the population has probably done in some form or another.
06/21/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by oohlookasquirrel
As long as he's not a rapist or a pedophile, I don't see why his sex life is any of our business. That's between him and his wife and the other people they choose to include in their sex life. I suspect that he has to travel a lot, and ...
An excellent, excellent point in your last paragraph and I'm surprised that no one (myself included) has mentioned it. We're all here...ON A SEX TOY WEBSITE. There are many that might look at us and think we shouldn't have our jobs, or our families, or be allowed near kids for that matter. But we know that we are perfectly sane (okay, maybe not perfectly, but who is?) and capable of handling our responsibilities and that our sexual interests do not interfere with - or even become incompatible with - our moral and ethical fiber.

So while I suspect Weiner is probably not someone I'd care for in real life as a friend, I didn't mind him as a legislator. I'm sad that he stepped down, but I look forward to seeing him rebound from this in another area of politics.
06/21/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by DeliciousSurprise
Well, for some historical context, a eco-political atmosphere very much like what we're seeing now proceeded the French Revolution...

...Of course, that was before we had Farmville to suck up all of our time...
Of course, that was before we had Farmville to suck up all of our time...

*snort* LOL!
06/21/2011
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