Skip to comments.Daily Caller editorial board endorses Anthony Weiner for mayor
Posted on 09/09/2013 9:40:43 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Anthony Weiner, the Peoples Choice
Mr. Weiner, the former congressman, offers voters more than a decade of accomplishments in his fight for the citys middle class and those struggling to make it. Blessed with a beautiful wife, natural charisma, the friendship of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and a sack full of policy ideas, Mr. Weiner is clearly the hardest candidate in the race for his opponents to beat off.
The Daily Caller joins many across the city of New York in kneeling to endorse Mr. Weiner in Tuesdays Democratic mayoral primary.
Mr. Weiner is not without stiff competition. Mr. de Blasio, the citys public advocate, has run a spirited campaign appealing to a demographic that largely stopped following politics after the imprisonment of Lyndon LaRouche. His campaign emblem, the trademark de Blasio hammer and sickle, can be found displayed proudly in the underrepresented barrios, jam-band concerts, and UFO conventions that Mr. Bloombergs administration attracted bad vibes for ignoring.
Ms. Quinn, endorsed by both Mr. Bloomberg and the New York Times, is the undisputed champion of the waste-management industry, the tomato sauce manufacturers, and the adult entertainment nightclub owners....
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Mr. Weiner is always in (Carlos) Danger from his challengers. He has stiffened his resolve and will make sure to show this stiffened resolve to any who want to test it.
After all, Danger is his middle name.
New York Deserves Weiner.
Considering his sexting scandals, they might have wanted to re-word this.
“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” H.L. Mencken
Randy Newman's Gone Dead Train
"Note: There is no Daily Caller editorial board."
“Considering his sexting scandals, they might have wanted to re-word this.”
I’m sure they worked very hard to come up with that wording.
I think you’re missing the whole point of the article.
If you continue reading you’ll see other efforts pointing in the same general direction.
“The Daily Caller joins many across the city of New York in kneeling to endorse Mr. Weiner”
“Mr. Weiner is not without stiff competition.”
“Only Mr. Weiners tech-savvy campaign throbs through its veins with populist sentiment. The former congressman lasted even when his competitors told him to finish early. His moderate leadership will offer the city protection. Unlike past mayors, he will reach around the table to deal with both parties, rather than passing reforms through the back door. This man is firm in his beliefs, and he is not afraid to sweat. When he unloads his policy ideas, people swallow. The voters of New York are swallowing his message whole.”
I’ll stop there.... I think you probably get it now.
What's with the weiner jokes?
Only if he selects Holder for his chief of staff so they will have a weiner holder.
It’s junk like this that make me refuse to take Tucker Carlson and his crappy outlet seriously. Is this a news organization or a college paper? I guess it doesn’t matter, shitty satire doesn’t work for either
They absolutely meant it just the way they said it. This ‘endorsement’ has more double entendres than anthony has wishes into the cornfield.
No, dude. This is pure SATIRE.
I think it’s funny. Running an alinsky right in their face. Laughing at them is a weapon. And weiner deserves it if anyone does.
Two points: First, satire is supposed to be funny and not solely consist of dumb penis oriented double entendre; and second, anyone wishing to be taken seriously as a journalist has to act like they mean it. This fails both as satire and as journalism, exactly what I’ve grown to expect from Tucker and Co.
Weiner is a certifiable jackass poling at 7%. He would be a footnote if people let him, but the Daily Caller has to fumble for the lowest hanging fruit there is. Stupid.
Umm, no. I as just funnin’ with ya, but for that 1ittle unnecessarily snarky remark, I quit. You aren’t any fun at all.
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