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Weiner shrinking in new poll Ha ha

Anthony Weiner’s favorability has plunged by more than 20 points and he has lost the lead in the New York mayor’s race after acknowledging more explicit online relationships took place after his resignation from Congress, a new poll Thursday shows.
Weiner trailed opponent Christine Quinn in the Democratic primary 25 percent to 16 percent in the NBC 4 New York/Wall Street Journal/Marist Poll conducted on Wednesday, after the new revelations about Weiner were made public.
In the same poll in June, Weiner had been leading 25 percent to 20 percent.
New York Democrats’ view of Weiner also took a hit, the poll found. Fifty-five percent of Democrats viewed Weiner unfavorably, compared with 30 percent who see him favorably. That’s a dramatic reveral from June, when 52 percent had a favorable view of him, compared to 36 percent who did not.

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Follow the Bob Dole lead

A new career in commercials?

Very mature posts here today

Very mature posts here today I see :/


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Ron Paul on his son Rand Paul:
"he does a lot of things similarly, but I think he does everything better. Than I have done over the years,"

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He sure is facing stiff challenges.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

Quickdraw might have to withdraw

Nah, he's completely shameless. He'll stick in it to the hilt.

Was he premature to run again?


they are telling him to pull out