Tuesday, June 7, 2011

There Must Be Something In The Air

There must be something in the air, in New York State, that makes people do stupid, crazy things.

Without sounding too hokey, Congressman Anthony Weiner is a real wiener who can't keep his weenie where it belongs. He's part of a new trend of politicians who seem to think that exposing themselves on their blackberries to unsuspecting females is cute or funny or a turn-on. What a bunch of numb nuts.

First there was our Democratic Party governor, Eliot Spitzer, who, in March of 2008, was patronizing a prostitution service called Emperors Club VIP. Next came Chris Lee, Republican Party U.S. Representative who texted himself half naked to an unknown female on Craigslist. Now we have A. Weiner (how appropriate), who sent pictures of himself in his underwear to various women.

So far we have two New York Democrats, and one Republican who think they're hot stuff. There are probably lots more who haven't  been caught yet.

I think we, as responsible voters, should take our elected politicians' taxpayer-funded blackberries away. Then we need to clean up whatever pollutants are in the air that are making our elected officials act like teenage boys on a bad testosterone trip.

C'mon guys! You're all thinking with the wrong head.


lightly said...

well i see no change, they just moved from photo copying there ass's to black berrying there ....

they politicians what did you expect from them.

Randy Johnson said...

Times like this make me think it’s time to put the women in charge, but then Sarah Palin shows up on my T.V. and smacks that idea right out of my head.

Anonymous said...

Whatever is in the air, sure does stink!

Pamela Beers. said...

lightly, they are dumb as a box of bricks.

Good grief, Randy, Sarah thinks the middle east is Delaware. But, there are some of us females who'd be really good a running the country.

Anonymous, I'd have to agree with you. Thanks for commenting.

Randy Johnson said...

You’re right Pam. I’m confidant that America could return to its former greatness with Barbara Boxer sitting in the Oval Office, and Sarah Palin sitting on the copy machine... but how do we make that happen?