By Tom Quiner
Some liberals claim that the scandal of Anthony Weiner is that he lied about what he did.
Suppose he came forward on day one and said something like this:
“As embarrassing as this all sounds, I took photographs of my private parts and sent them them to young women I had never met. I began doing this a month after marrying my beautiful wife, who by the way, is pregnant. I did this on a number of occasions.”
If Mr. Weiner had done this as soon as Andrew Bretibart had broken the story, are the liberals telling us that everything would be okay?
Had he “confessed” from the git go, and because he hasn’t broken any laws, are liberals saying that would have made everything okay?
Is morality never an issue with liberals?
Really, answer me.
We know it is an issue with liberals when it’s a Republican who do nasty things. But is morality ever an issue with the party of Jefferson when it comes to their own members?
The House of Representatives has a code that calls for members to conduct themselves in …
“a manner that shall reflect creditably on the House.”
Has Congressman Weiner done that? If he hasn’t, shouldn’t he be expelled?
Americans are repulsed by Mr. Weiner. If this isn’t grounds to remove an official from public office who has humiliated himself and his office, then what does it take?
If we let it go, we humiliate ourselves.