Monday, July 8, 2013

Spitzer and Weiner: The Clinton effect?

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Two disgraced political retreads are re-running for office in New York with one actually leading in the polls for the Democrat nomination to become New York City mayor!

Sexual scandal compounded by attempted cover-up and lies!

Are they really the best that New York has to offer or is this just an offshoot of the Bill Clinton sexual rulebook for politicians?

In your opinion, is this ability for two disgraced politicians to become viable candidates due to:

a. a problem unique to New York politics,
b. a clear indication of the decline in the fabric of society and the peoples morality meters, aided in no small way by reality TV and former President Bill Clinton who redefined what sex is for the nations youth,
c. the nature of the political process that keeps qualified candidates from running
d. a problem unique to the Democrat party,
e. all of the above
f. b and c only
g. b, c and d only

Political resumes!

Anthony Weiner: The Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, also dubbed Weinergate, began when Democratic U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner used the social media website Twitter to send a link to a sexually suggestive picture to a 21-year-old woman from Seattle, Washington. After several days of denying media reports that he had posted the image, he admitted to having sent a link to the photo, and also other sexually explicit photos and messages to women both before and during his marriage. He denied ever having met, or having had a physical relationship with any of the women. On June 16, 2011, Weiner announced his intention to resign from Congress with his official resignation occurring on June 23, 2011. (Source)

Eliot Spitzer: On March 10, 2008, The New York Times reported that New York Governor Eliot Spitzer had patronized an elite escort service run by Emperors Club VIP. The ensuing scandal led to Spitzer's resignation as Governor on March 12. (Source)

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