June 6, 2011

Weiner Goes From Headline to Punch Line

Mike Lupica, New York Daily News


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This is how fast it happens in the fast lane of celebrity, whether you are a politician like Anthony Weiner who sometimes acts like his job is being smarter than everybody else, or an ex-politician like Arnold Schwarzenegger, who turns out to be dumber than a bag of hammers. Or Tiger Woods.

One day Weiner is thinking about his next job being mayor of New York, the next he is worrying about holding on to the job he has representing the 9th Congressional District - southern Brooklyn and south and central Queens, Sheepshead Bay to Forest Hills - where romance hardly ever involves sending a picture of yourself in your underwear instead of flowers and a box of candy.

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