Saturday, June 11

Rep. Weiner admissions: Evidence of abnormally low IQ?

New York Democratic Representative Anthony Weiner has admitted to sending sexually charged messages to women (not his wife), some of which included lewd pictures via Twitter and Facebook. He stated, “This was me doing a dumb thing, doing it repeatedly, and lying about it.”
Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee chairman, was the first congressman to demand the resignation of Weiner. Priebus stated, “Congressman Weiner’s actions and deception are unacceptable and he should resign…. We do not need an investigation to know he lied and acted inappropriately, we need a resignation.”
Weiner doesn’t need to resign from Congress for his unacceptable, deceptive behavior; he needs to resign because he’s a moron. Primarily because his last name is “Weiner” and he sent a picture of his groin (thankfully covered in underwear) which really isn’t picture worthy. Who would subject themselves to a lifetime of self-induced “Weiner” jokes?
His lame attempt at a lie in the “hackers were responsible” skit was an insult to the intelligence of the entire American public. I asked exactly 63 people, some of whom I would classify as dumb, and none of them believed Weiner when he claimed he was the “victim of a prank.”
A prank would have been a picture of Weiner with the face of Einstein Photoshopped on his shoulders. Anyone over the age of 12 knows that anything posted on Twitter, Facebook, or for that matter any social media site is immediately public fodder. Weiner is a moron if he thinks his messages and pictures will not be proliferated all over the Internet. After all, that is the sole purpose of the World Wide Web — information can and will be indiscriminately spread to all corners of the globe.
If Weiner didn’t have the technical knowledge of a 12-year-old, or the skills to effectively cheat and lie then he must have at least one aide that is aware of pop culture who could have offered guidance. Any reasonably intelligent intern could have suggested, as an example, “Rep. Weiner, even my mom has figured out how to read my texts and get access to my Facebook page so I never send messages that could get me in trouble.”
Weiner has demonstrated no understanding of the basic concepts: “If you are stupid enough to cheat on your wife while in public office, be smart enough to make sure you don’t get caught” and “If you are going to tell a lie, make sure it’s air tight, complex in plot and delivered convincingly, make it an Oscar winning performance, or don’t tell the lie.”
At this point, Weiner would be well served to contact Arnold Schwarzenegger, the political Houdini of extra-marital affairs. Schwarzenegger can offer political advice on everything from lying and cheating to acting and photography. The real question is whether a political disaster recovery specialist like Schwarzenegger can really help Weiner? Schwarzenegger has 10 years of well hidden lies under his belt and a lifetime of impressive photos. The congressman has no successful lies, a bad photo and is now the butt of every bad Weiner joke.

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