Rep. Weiner Sez He Did Not Show Off His Weiner

Rep. Weiner....the early years.

Oscar Mayer…take note. This story is NOT about hot dogs. Sorry, but I had to put that disclaimer in there because those people who make hot dogs get all bent outta shape with the mere mention of wieners and sex in the same sentence.

This particular wiener story has to do with U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, (D-NY) (pronounced “Ant-nee” if you’re Italian, but in his case, a simple “Anthony or Tony” will suffice)

Anyhow, according to conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart, (no relation to Bart Simpson) of the website “BigGovernment.com, a photo of Rep. Weiner appeared on Twitter, which had everyone a-twitter, because it purportedly showed a man, (appearing to be Rep. Weiner) in bulging underpants.

Not that most of us males do not have that problem, as I do myself, but this was a U.S. Representative, who, for the most part, do not have bulging underpants, but bulging wallets.

A spokesman for the representative told the Associated Press, (a bunch of guys who write and associate with each other) that the “tweet,” directed at a woman, was, “a distraction” from the married New York Democrat’s “important work representing his constituents.”

He went on to say: “Anthony’s accounts were obviously hacked. He doesn’t know the person named by the hacker, and we will be considering on what steps next to take.”

Obviously the most logical step to take, as far as I’m concerned, in order to vindicate Rep. Weiner, is to have him step forward, drop his pants, and show the world that in no way does his bulge look anything like the bulge shown on Twitter. That would surely clear things up.

The woman who allegedly received the photos said that Rep. Weiner was almost certainly not responsible. In a statement, Genette Cordova said, “The account that these tweets were sent from was familiar to me; this person harassed me many times after the Congressman followed me on Twitter a month or so ago.” She went on to say that she believed that the tweet and picture were an attempt to defame the Congressman.

Cordova has been called everything from “Anthony Weiner’s 21-year-old coed mistress” to the person responsible for the hack.

She says that she doesn’t know whether to be “pissed off or amused.”  (her words, “pissed off” not mine, as I would never use the phrase, “pissed off” in any of my blogs,  unless I were “pissed off” too, which, in some instances I do become “pissed off” but usually attempt to refrain from using the term, “pissed off” because it tends to excite some people, usually those politically correct type people who tend to get “pissed off” if I use the phrase, “pissed off.” So, um…..I won’t use it.)

So all in all this is most likely another attempt to smear a politician or to get even with Genette. Kinda like a female cat fight only with bulging underpants involved.

Weiner is taking everything in stride. He joked about the incident on Twitter asking whether his kitchen blender would be next to attack him.

Considering the number of times I myself have been attacked by a kitchen blender, I suggest Rep. Weiner be verrrry careful, lest photographs of him being attacked by a Kitchenaid mixer or blender surface on the Internet.

Ya just never know when pictures of you are going to pop up on the Web.

Like those nude photographs someone took of me back in the 70’s for “Playgirl Magazine” when I was a young disc jockey. Playgirl never used them and apparently they were lost. But I’ll betcha they would pop up if I ran for political office. Which is why I don’t. Cause if I did, and they did pop up……………

Boy would I be “pissed off.”  Oops.

Copyright 2011 MisfitWisdom RLV

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About misfit120

Former disc jockey, (Dick Jones) 30 years, and author of, "I Could Have Been Famous But Sex, Love & Life Got In The Way" available at Amazon.com books, & Kindle, "The Covert Chamber" a mystery novel available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, and "Forgotten" the story of two WWI pilots who were forgotten for over 70 years available on Amazon.com and Kindle
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