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-- -- scandals rise from the dead like detergents zombies from a horror -- all we can do is stand and stare not with shock but with exhaustion really.
We're just tired seriously can the average American just go about his business without seeing a politicians business.
And worst do we really have to witness that theater therapy played out for all of us to see I -- romantic opera with perversion in intrigue I'll watch FOX & Friends.
But it's not about women.
It's about men and how little we expect from -- these days.
I mean -- Anthony Weiner can spend his life avoiding real work intent only campaigning for jobs that we pay for all the while trolling for pathetic self gratification.
Why should we even bother if we no longer hold a high status mail to such high standards even before they're elected what's the point of -- standards for ourselves.
Clearly if we are okay as men with Weiner that it's because we assume we're just like him.
Are we think about the average did married with two kids working his butt off all the support his family for him it's never about power it's about principle.
Now compare that to the high living low life that is -- He's gonna live on a government salary in a mansion while cultivating a status that allows is that issues to flourish this entire escapade is about accumulating power.
Because he has no other talents.
So this isn't just about -- is treatment of women are women expecting more for men it's also about men.
Who need to grow up in general it -- started acting like -- again that boys like -- wouldn't stand a chance.
So all those fixes don't sort of physical ailments like over the -- -- art films that I know I've been very proud of those German -- I don't so when they do come out and they are embarrassing.
I will be extremely happy.
And so -- Yes I well we just have to find it would have little Lama it.
As he was a delightful character captain a captain for coffee here are we just not gonna talk about this story are we gonna talk about it she -- we got a shot.
-- -- -- This behavior that I did was problematic it to say the least.
To say the most cause many stresses and strains and my marriage but I am pleased and blessed that she has given me.
A second chance.
Anthony -- horrible mistakes.
Both before and aside from congress and after we discussed all of this before -- he decided for the from -- So really what I want to say ends and loved him.
I have forgiven him I believe in him and as we have sent from the beginning we are moving forward.
Guided back there was my cousin Carl we gonna be difficult to talk Carl -- wherever he goes he -- we're arrogant.
That he's like nine feet tall never happen to me out and out now you're too short game.
That was a rapper and -- I Andrea yes he's got a problem but do we have a worse problem and that we don't care.
Oh I think we care yeah I think people.
-- care I think people who don't care.
Should care and -- say why he's running for public service.
Okay to be a public servant.
Is this conversation.
Doing a service to the voters of New York every time when these politicians get into -- sex scandal.
And you know what at.
His wife standing by his side I got to take issue with that now he says they were going through marital trouble however.
They posed for a glossy.
We -- and people mag is New York Times and she knew.
-- -- -- -- What he was doing which he said today that she they were having trouble than she is in on it -- she wants to live in Gracie Mansion and that's all the two of them want power less personal gain they don't care about anything Bob.
What do you think you're a seasoned vet in both sides -- that's the kind of story.
That is absolutely correct yeah the let me -- a -- a couple things one.
What her motivation is why she stands up to as many otherwise have -- their husbands and embarrass themselves.
Is beyond me why don't they don't pull Lorena Bobbitt I don't understand if you don't understand that look at -- But I had a 113.
Candidates against in the course my putting career.
About half of them had real problems it was -- the money.
-- sex and I -- our drug a drug throughout the world very.
Well they lock -- -- I could to get all they want most of one that's the worst part about I mean I.
I would be.
If they start -- be fine I think to.
We have -- soaking your hired and that halfway through what you can we really put this idiot is the congress and then we did and it works so hard look at the policy that -- well I.
I -- -- -- didn't sit in the house to be used gay halfway through the campaign as you just cited some of that now that's a pretty easy but I don't tell anybody.
Splitting with the Bob yeah.
I got a little high school girlfriend that get up and end this yeah pretend they're gonna get married.
And it works opposite aren't New York -- New Jersey governor's -- -- Jim McGrady agreed -- and I think the -- stood -- him that she did yeah.
And Eliot Spitzer in the west -- buy him for awhile and you -- with the you know it is it's it's an arrogance of power and you can just get away with that you get away get reelected and it all -- does makes you more arrogant depth and desire the power more.
I can't imagine this kind of the art.
Now he's probably gonna win.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- the five we would have a story every day.
-- you -- saying in the break the fight to the monologue that you think that if -- Weiner is a hero.
And we should look got so much that that was strange.
And I'm looking forward to getting my first interview with -- exclusive here on.
Okay here's the -- a magazine and TV profiles about you.
I not because they like Q it is because it's like at a carnival when you have the freak -- everybody's -- waiting to see what sort of a train -- this is going to be.
Also I -- what -- -- had to say.
Today he wrote that -- is chronically unfaithful and irresponsible reckless impulsive and a serial liar even if he -- asked forgiveness I don't think that.
The important job -- -- in this demanding -- is.
With the we should put at risk because you know that six months after you -- and Gracie Mansion will be doing stories.
-- -- integrate the decision would give closes -- -- and public I wanna kids' site.
I -- you recognize there are awful lot of elected officials.
Who are good people.
Do their job who don't have these kind of problems that actually our public servants and there are a lot of public surgeon were for government.
Who do a very good job -- would get to let it eat Weiner -- -- -- Pall over the phone service when there are a lot of good people -- public -- the difference here is when you win you'll.
Elect a mayor you literally write out a check and you send that man your money your hard earned dollars to spend -- you trust.
But he's gonna do crazy in Atlanta that we wouldn't actually told this that guys get it much anybody's college trust can you haven't -- -- like this does.
Right yeah -- -- -- hand over something as important we -- -- -- -- handed over to -- exhibited only one thing that he.
Ever done as a politician decides that the sexual stuff such -- can anyone name on why it was to not know about it and in terms and congress had a couple months ago that he had no record remember when he -- -- the when the story first broken and he lied and said no it's not true but he actually got convince some of his congressional colleagues to life or him.
That unit that was unseemly noise look at that I can't tell you -- the Padres four million dollars and put in the bank wouldn't run for mayor.
So that's -- that's what his career is is is always running -- he's running for something.
And he's running from his home in front entrance.
Right -- -- nice -- -- and we need more public servants not pubic servants.
My -- on the five.
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