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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by Jaggator, Sep 11, 2013.
A Chinese friend of mine told me that he lost the erection.
Well, at least you weren't premature.
If woman fry upside down, might have clackup.
"Weiner Pulls Out saying he wished he had lasted longer"
He can return to his wife now with his weiner held high.
Weiner, Weiner, Weiner, Weiner.
I don't get it. Ohhhh, weiner! Good one!
All these plays on words are hilarious! Can you imagine if he went to see South Carolina play Southern Cal or Oregon State? The stale joke department on the Internet would explode.
Well, your doubts are wrong as Sanford was officially supported by the Tea Party republicans...
"The Tea Party Express, in contrast, publicly endorsed him the week before the election. Amy Kremer, Chairman of the Tea Party Express, said "While Elizabeth Colbert Busch attempts to portray herself as a moderate who wants to rein in spending and give lip-service to attacking Obamacare, we know this is not the case. As the old saying goes 'you are who you surround yourself with.' In the case of Colbert Busch, that is Nancy Pelosi, Big Labor, and progressive Super PACs. We need leaders like Governor Mark Sanford in office if we are ever going to grow our economy and end the reckless spending and debt that plagues Washington."
Same for Vitter, as he has become the GOP leader in LA...
But don't discount other parts of the equation. While some politicians have at least acted humbled, Vitter initially hid from view and then plowed ahead as if nothing had happened. He amassed an army of allies in Baton Rouge and executed a flawless strategy to win re-election in 2010, at the height of Tea Party-driven fervor against President Barack Obama: While Democrat Charlie Melancon, then the congressman from Louisiana's 3rd District, sought to make the race a referendum on Vitter's character, Vitter managed to make it all about the president. The vote wasn't even close.
Now, sporting an approval rating safely in positive territory (while Jindal's has slipped below even Obama's), Vitter is busy flexing his political muscle. He frequently weighs in on state-level issues. He has taken it upon himself to rally the GOP behind a consensus candidate in next year's Senate race against his Democratic colleague Mary Landrieu. As contenders start jockeying to replace Jindal in 2015, Vitter's holding a spot in the top tier — just in case he decides to use it.
Vitter declined an interview request for this story and hasn't said much about a possible run for governor, but all sorts of signs suggest he'll throw his hat in the ring. A well-heeled ally has set up a Super PAC to support Vitter "and his conservative agenda for Louisiana," according to Charlie Spies, who filed paperwork to establish The Fund for Louisiana's Future. The Super PAC is registered in D.C. and Baton Rouge. That way it could back either a federal or state-level agenda.
Sanford "the adulterer" & Vitter "the John" were both re-elected by the GOP faithful but that same GOP electorate gasps in shock that Anthony Weiner even attempted to run for NYC mayor and lost. :whoa: