Jack Rosen of the American Jewish Congress was part of Barack Obama's outreach to Jews on Israel. His whole agenda is Israel. Anthony Weiner is in his apartment in NY. The NY Times doesn't tell you that.
New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner says his three day stay in a Houston psychiatric facility has made him a “new man.” Weiner sought treatment at an outpatient program in Houston called the Gabbard Center, where psychiatric evaluations cost at least $7,000 and are not covered by insurance. He denies it was sex rehab, though [...]
On Thursday, media reported that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had come out against former Congressman Anthony Weiner’s bid for New York City mayor. “Shame on us [if we elect him],” Cuomo supposedly said. On Friday, Cuomo walked back those comments. Show More Summary
In New York, even a disgraced Democrat can beat a Republican representative. A May 21-22 poll by Rasmussen shows both Democrat front-runners for mayor of New York, Christine Quinn and former congressman Anthony Weiner, outpoll the top GOP hopeful, Joseph J. Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner's website for New York City mayor initially bore an image of Pittsburgh.
The timing of Anthony Weiner’s announcement that he was running for mayor might have prevented the New York Post and New York Daily News from punning the hell out of the city yesterday, but today the paper’s did their best to bring it. Show More Summary
Disgraced Democrat Anthony Weiner can’t decide which city he wants to lead. Former Rep. Anthony Weiner opened his campaign for mayor of New York City this week with a new website that features the Pittsburgh skyline, not New York City … Continue reading ?
Quotes of the Day “The logo has since been changed. Too bad the candidate can’t be changed.” — MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews on ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner’s skyline screwup on his campaign website. Boss sends reporter directions to his office “Boss sent me an invite on Google calendar. Show More Summary
Harsh: Cuomo: “It’s basically democracy. Those are grownups (in the Assembly) who are picking, who pick their leader.” Rogers: “So if Anthony Weiner wants to run for mayor, he can run for mayor.” Cuomo: “He runs? He runs.” Rogers: “And if we elect him?” Cuomo: “Shame on us.”
The Weiner campaign was embarrassed yesterday when Pittsburgh bloggers noticed that the banner on his website featured the silhouetted skyline of their city and not New York. The bottom image above is the one that Weiner's site designers apparently used. The company has apologized for their "honest mistake" and has updated the site with actual photos of Gotham.
Via Josh Brown, The Daily News and The New York Post are making virtually idential jokes following yesterday's news that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rebuked the idea that former US Congressman Anthony Weiner should be the mayor of New York City. Please follow Politics on Twitter and Facebook. Join the conversation about this story »
(Scott Johnson) Since the rancid Anthony Weiner announced his campaign for the mayoralty of New York, I’ve been looking for an excuse to enter the Anthony Weiner punning sweepstakes. Now I think the Houston Chronicle may have provided the fodder. Show More Summary
Is Anthony Weiner the new Barack Obama? Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner is now running to be Mayor of New York City. Weiner needs a job perfectly suited for his talents. He should run for President of the United States. If Barack Obama can do it, anybody can. Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner is running for mayor of New York City, but was that the Pittsburgh skyline in the background of his campaign website? [SEE UPDATE...
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Former US Representative Anthony Weiner speaks to voters in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City on May 23, 2013 after he announced he is running for New York City Mayor. By Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images.
(CNN) - A photo silhouette posted to Anthony Weiner's campaign website sparked conversation online Thursday. But it wasn't a photo of the former congressman, who is running to be mayor of New York, but instead the skyline at the top of his bare-boned website's homepage. Several visitors to the site noticed the skyline image looked […]
The roll-out of Anthony Weiner’s midlife crisis-cum-mayoral campaign has gone about as well as the candidate could have hoped. He announced it via video, beating the tabloids’ print deadlines, evading eponymous puns for one precious day. Show More Summary
By Carl (I promise, that's the only dick joke in the post.) Anthony Weiner has officially announced his candidacy for mayor of the city of New York, to replace three term gadabout-with-nothing-better-to-do-than-trash-my-city Michael Bloomberg. Show More Summary