Entries in weiners (13)
A Weiner tipper sends in this Weiner tip:
99 House Members — Mostly Dems — Cruising in Taxpayer-Funded Cars Check out the names of all 99 auto leasers after the jump...
...Anthony Weiner (D-NY)...
Could Weiner, a member of the House earning $174K per year, possibly be charging the tax-payers that he cares so much about for his car lease? We here at WeinerFacts.com don't believe that Weiner would do such a thing.
If you can't trust Weiner, who can you trust?
Here at Weinerfacts.com we are upset that a Weiner-tip has been sent in reporting a tasteless Weiner joke about the male anatomy.
In response to Eric Massa saying:
"I'm naked as a jay bird, and here comes Rahm Emanuel, not even with a towel wrapped around his tush, poking his finger in my chest, yelling at me because I wasn't going to vote for the president's budget. Do you know how awkward it is to have a political argument with a naked man?"
Weiner stooped to the lowest common denominator and made a reference to the male anatomy.
"I have very few hard and fast rules. One of them is not to have sword fights in the morning with Rahm Emanuel."
In fact, this is not the only time Weiner has used his Weiner humor to speak about male genitalia.
Weiner attracted much media attention, he joked on the "Daily Show" that Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) is a "d--k."
We here at WeinerFacts are rarely upset with someone as brilliant as Weiner. But we think it is wrong to indulge in such tasteless humor. This is why we always stick directly to the topic at hand: Weiners.
PREMISE: From the Weiner report: "Goldline Formed An Unholy Alliance with Conservative Pundits to Drive a False Narrative”
The truth is, this is really the only “premise” of the Weiner report. Weiner doesn’t like conservatives, especially ones named Glenn Beck. He wants him out of business, so he attacks one of his big advertisers. The goal is simple—scare people away from doing business with Glenn. There have been no less than three direct advisers to the president involved in similar efforts, and while Weiner isn’t exactly a prominent congressperson, he’s doing it too.
Here’s how Weiner describes this "premise": “On numerous occasions, Glenn Beck has dedicated entire segments of his program to explaining why the U.S. money supply is destined for hyperinflation with Barack Obama as president.”