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Is Anthony Weiner fit for office?

August 4, 2013

At what point does the private life of a political candidate or officeholder became part of his/her public life? When does how one conducts their private life influence or potentially influence how......

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denver

Aug-04-13 7:37 AM

"Is Anthony Weiner fit for office?" Who cares? We live in West Virginia, not in New York City! Let the people of New York City decide that!

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AaronS

Aug-04-13 12:22 PM

No, he is not fit to serve. But he is a tax and spend liberal so the New Democratic Party loves him. In the words of one of the minions on another article, they would vote for Lucifer himself were he a Democrat so New Yorkers will likely elect Weiner as Democrats do what they're told by the national party.

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jarhead99

Aug-04-13 3:15 PM

Way to avoid the question Denver. It obviousthat this idiot is not fit for any political office. But by liberal standards he will be elected just like Marion Barry did....twice.

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denver

Aug-04-13 6:51 PM

I take that back, looks like we have two people in West Virginia, that cares!

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RANDOM21

Aug-04-13 11:29 PM

When any anatomical part one would care to see of Weiner is available on the web, we have to say it's not private. Only many democrats would consider Weiner a viable candidate, as he upholds their true values.

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jarhead99

Aug-05-13 1:41 AM

If a person is dumb enough to make those types of decisions and get caught not once but twice now....thats a no brainer. I dont care what city he would reside, he doesnt need to be making decisions that affect others in that capacity.

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Suttle

Aug-06-13 11:06 PM

Good point Denver. Weiner and his affliction is not our business. The citizens of New York City will make their judgment known about Weiner at the ballot box. This editorial is useless and has little bearing on our lives here in West Virginia.

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