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Camille Paglia, long the lone bright light (along with Greenwald) at Obama hack Joan Walsh’s (who claimed Andrew Breitbart had faked the selfie pics of Weiner’s junk) website Stalon, left it a few years ago to write a book.  This week the libertarianish lesbian Democrat returns for an interview, selections below:

Camille Paglia: “It remains baffling how anyone would think that Hillary Clinton is our party’s best chance”

In Salon interview, the provocateur holds forth on Rihanna and gay porn, plus Hillary, Anthony Weiner and Benghazi

Camille Paglia: Camille Paglia (Credit: Michael Lionstar)
I can vividly remember the first time I read Camille Paglia. I was visiting New York with my mom during college and we happened across “Vamps and Tramps” at a bookstore near our hotel. Lying in neighboring twin beds, I read passages out loud to her. Explosive things like, “Patriarchy, routinely blamed for everything, produced the birth control pill, which did more to free contemporary women than feminism itself.” I didn’t always agree with Paglia, but I enjoyed her as a challenging provocateur.
I still have that copy of the book. There are asterisks in the margins, double-underlined sentences and circled paragraphs. Reading it was a satisfying rebellion against the line-toeing women’s studies classes I was taking at the time — and at a college with an infamously anti-porn professor, no less. Since then, I have moments of genuine outrage and fury over Paglia’s writing and public commentary (see: thisthis and this, for examples of why) — but she is still compelling and occasionally brilliant. The truth is that many people still want to hear what she has to say — about everything from BDSMto Lady Gaga.
The paperback release last week of her book “Glittering Images: A Journey Through Art From Egypt to Star Wars” — which Salon interviewed her about last year, and which is an example of Paglia at her intellectual best and an antidote to her birther moments — is a great excuse to check back in with the so-called bete noire of feminism. I spoke with Paglia by email about contemporary feminism, Anthony Weiner and the “end of men.”




Two words: Anthony Weiner. Your thoughts?
Two words: pathetic dork. How sickeningly debased our politics have become that this jabbering cartoon weasel could be taken seriously for a second as a candidate for mayor of New York. But beyond that, I have been amazed by the almost total absence of psychological critique in news analyses of the silly Weiner saga. For heaven’s sake, Weiner is no randy stud with a sophisticated sex life that we need to respect. The compulsion to exhibit and boast about one’s penis is embarrassingly infantile — the obvious residue of some squalid family psychodrama in childhood that is now being replayed in public.
I assumed at first that Huma Abedin stayed married to Weiner out of noble concern for her unborn child, who deserved a father. But her subsequent behavior as Weiner’s defender and enabler has made me lose respect for her. The Weiners should be permanently bundled off to the luxe Elba of Oscar de la Renta’s villa in the Dominican Republic. I’m sure that Hillary (Huma’s capo) can arrange that.
Any hopes, fears or predictions for the presidential elections in 2016?
As a registered Democrat, I am praying for a credible presidential candidate to emerge from the younger tier of politicians in their late 40s. A governor with executive experience would be ideal. It’s time to put my baby-boom generation out to pasture! We’ve had our day and managed to muck up a hell of a lot. It remains baffling how anyone would think that Hillary Clinton (born the same year as me) is our party’s best chance. She has more sooty baggage than a 90-car freight train. And what exactly has she ever accomplished — beyond bullishly covering for her philandering husband? She’s certainly busy, busy and ever on the move — with the tunnel-vision workaholism of someone trying to blot out uncomfortable private thoughts.
I for one think it was a very big deal that our ambassador was murdered in Benghazi. In saying “I take responsibility” for it as secretary of state, Hillary should have resigned immediately. The weak response by the Obama administration to that tragedy has given a huge opening to Republicans in the next presidential election. The impression has been amply given that Benghazi was treated as a public relations matter to massage rather than as the major and outrageous attack on the U.S. that it was.
Throughout history, ambassadors have always been symbolic incarnations of the sovereignty of their nations and the dignity of their leaders. It’s even a key motif in “King Lear.” As far as I’m concerned, Hillary disqualified herself for the presidency in that fist-pounding moment at a congressional hearing when she said, “What difference does it make what we knew and when we knew it, Senator?” Democrats have got to shake off the Clinton albatross and find new blood. The escalating instability not just in Egypt but throughout the Mideast is very ominous. There is a clash of cultures brewing in the world that may take a century or more to resolve — and there is no guarantee that the secular West will win.
What do you make of contemporary feminism, especially as it’s manifested online?
Oh, feminism is still alive? Thanks for the tip! It sure is invisible, except for the random whine from some maleducated product of the elite schools who’s found a plush berth in glossy magazines. It’s hard to remember those bad old days when paleofeminist pashas ruled the roost. In the late ‘80s, the media would routinely turn to Gloria Steinem or the head of NOW for “the women’s view” on every issue — when of course it was just the Manhattan/D.C. insider’s take, with a Democratic activist spin. Their shameless partisanship eventually doomed those Stalinist feminists, who were trampled by the pro-sex feminist stampede of the early ‘90s (in which I am proud to have played a vocal role). That insurgency began in San Francisco in the mid-‘80s and went national throughout the following decade. They keep dusting Steinem off and trotting her out to pin awards on her, but she’s the walking dead. Her anointed heirs (like Susan Faludi) sure didn’t pan out, did they?
While it’s a big relief not to have feminist bullies sermonizing from every news show anymore, the leadership vacuum is alarming. It’s very distressing, for example, that the atrocities against women in India — the shocking series of gang rapes, which seem never to end — have not been aggressively condemned in a sustained way by feminist organizations in the U.S. I wanted to hear someone going crazy about it in the media and not letting up, day after day, week after week. The true mission of feminism today is not to carp about the woes of affluent Western career women but to turn the spotlight on life-and-death issues affecting women in the Third World, particularly in rural areas where they have little protection against exploitation and injustice.
What do you think about arguments that we are witnessing “the end of men” or a crisis in masculinity?
If this phenomenon exists, it primarily applies in my view to white upper-middle-class culture, a product of the service-sector economy that has gradually displaced manufacturing since World War II. Hanna Rosin’s “The End of Men,” a best-seller last year, is the focus of a Munk Debate that I will be part of at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto on Nov. 15. The proposition is: “Be it resolved that men are obsolete.” Arguing for the motion will be Rosin and Maureen Dowd. Arguing against the motion will be me and Caitlin Moran. It should be a fascinating and substantive discussion. Lineups of opposing views like this have been rare indeed in feminism, which has preferred to ostracize and exile dissident voices.


Two words: Anthony Weiner. Your thoughts?
Two words: pathetic dork. How sickeningly debased our politics have become that this jabbering cartoon weasel could be taken seriously for a second as a candidate for mayor of New York. But beyond that, I have been amazed by the almost total absence of psychological critique in news analyses of the silly Weiner saga. For heaven’s sake, Weiner is no randy stud with a sophisticated sex life that we need to respect. The compulsion to exhibit and boast about one’s penis is embarrassingly infantile — the obvious residue of some squalid family psychodrama in childhood that is now being replayed in public.
I assumed at first that Huma Abedin stayed married to Weiner out of noble concern for her unborn child, who deserved a father. But her subsequent behavior as Weiner’s defender and enabler has made me lose respect for her. The Weiners should be permanently bundled off to the luxe Elba of Oscar de la Renta’s villa in the Dominican Republic. I’m sure that Hillary (Huma’s capo) can arrange that.
Any hopes, fears or predictions for the presidential elections in 2016?
As a registered Democrat, I am praying for a credible presidential candidate to emerge from the younger tier of politicians in their late 40s. A governor with executive experience would be ideal. It’s time to put my baby-boom generation out to pasture! We’ve had our day and managed to muck up a hell of a lot. It remains baffling how anyone would think that Hillary Clinton (born the same year as me) is our party’s best chance. She has more sooty baggage than a 90-car freight train. And what exactly has she ever accomplished — beyond bullishly covering for her philandering husband? She’s certainly busy, busy and ever on the move — with the tunnel-vision workaholism of someone trying to blot out uncomfortable private thoughts.
I for one think it was a very big deal that our ambassador was murdered in Benghazi. In saying “I take responsibility” for it as secretary of state, Hillary should have resigned immediately. The weak response by the Obama administration to that tragedy has given a huge opening to Republicans in the next presidential election. The impression has been amply given that Benghazi was treated as a public relations matter to massage rather than as the major and outrageous attack on the U.S. that it was.
Throughout history, ambassadors have always been symbolic incarnations of the sovereignty of their nations and the dignity of their leaders. It’s even a key motif in “King Lear.” As far as I’m concerned, Hillary disqualified herself for the presidency in that fist-pounding moment at a congressional hearing when she said, “What difference does it make what we knew and when we knew it, Senator?” Democrats have got to shake off the Clinton albatross and find new blood. The escalating instability not just in Egypt but throughout the Mideast is very ominous. There is a clash of cultures brewing in the world that may take a century or more to resolve — and there is no guarantee that the secular West will win.
What do you make of contemporary feminism, especially as it’s manifested online?
Oh, feminism is still alive? Thanks for the tip! It sure is invisible, except for the random whine from some maleducated product of the elite schools who’s found a plush berth in glossy magazines. It’s hard to remember those bad old days when paleofeminist pashas ruled the roost. In the late ‘80s, the media would routinely turn to Gloria Steinem or the head of NOW for “the women’s view” on every issue — when of course it was just the Manhattan/D.C. insider’s take, with a Democratic activist spin. Their shameless partisanship eventually doomed those Stalinist feminists, who were trampled by the pro-sex feminist stampede of the early ‘90s (in which I am proud to have played a vocal role). That insurgency began in San Francisco in the mid-‘80s and went national throughout the following decade. They keep dusting Steinem off and trotting her out to pin awards on her, but she’s the walking dead. Her anointed heirs (like Susan Faludi) sure didn’t pan out, did they?
While it’s a big relief not to have feminist bullies sermonizing from every news show anymore, the leadership vacuum is alarming. It’s very distressing, for example, that the atrocities against women in India — the shocking series of gang rapes, which seem never to end — have not been aggressively condemned in a sustained way by feminist organizations in the U.S. I wanted to hear someone going crazy about it in the media and not letting up, day after day, week after week. The true mission of feminism today is not to carp about the woes of affluent Western career women but to turn the spotlight on life-and-death issues affecting women in the Third World, particularly in rural areas where they have little protection against exploitation and injustice.
What do you think about arguments that we are witnessing “the end of men” or a crisis in masculinity?
If this phenomenon exists, it primarily applies in my view to white upper-middle-class culture, a product of the service-sector economy that has gradually displaced manufacturing since World War II. Hanna Rosin’s “The End of Men,” a best-seller last year, is the focus of a Munk Debate that I will be part of at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto on Nov. 15. The proposition is: “Be it resolved that men are obsolete.” Arguing for the motion will be Rosin and Maureen Dowd. Arguing against the motion will be me and Caitlin Moran. It should be a fascinating and substantive discussion. Lineups of opposing views like this have been rare indeed in feminism, which has preferred to ostracize and exile dissident voices.


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New York City Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner speaks at at a forum on July 11, 2013 in New York City.

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New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner has vaguely confirmed allegations from gossip website the Dirty that he sent sexually explicit chat messages and photos to additional women. “I said that other texts and photos were likely to come out, and today they have,” he said in a statement. Later, he admitted in a press conference that some of these liaisons happened after he resigned from Congress in 2011.
One of the specific claims in the Dirty’s reports is that Weiner used a Yahoo account with the pseudonym “Carlos Danger” to email photos of his penis—a fact that Weiner has not confirmed or denied.
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JOHN FRESOLO
BY MICHELE MCPHEE
State Representative John Fresolo, a Worcester Democrat, is the subject of a House investigation that includes allegations that he took lascivious photos of his privates and sent them to a State House computer, several State House sources said.

Fresolo is also suspected of inflating his travel reimbursements. He submitted per diem slips for 220 days of travel from Worcester to the State House, but no one on Beacon Hill remembers seeing Fresolo that frequently.
Fresolo is now on paid administrative leave but could be forced to resign.
“It’s bad enough that he pulled an Anthony Weiner and had pictures of his penis on State House computers, but then he tried to get his per diem pumped up. No one puts in for 220 days of commuting and with his commute that’s a lot of money,” a state representative told me tonight on the condition of anonymity.
The news comes on the same day that lawmakers underwent ethics training under the golden dome, the representative said.
Fresolo has already served seven terms in the legislature, according to his profile. According to his legislative website he has not filed a bill since 2008.

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If Tony is bi is Huma?  

And does that mean HRC is?  

And how will they raise the baby?

Anthony Weiner wanted threesome with woman and man

Last Updated: 11:17 AM, December 28, 2011
Posted: 10:24 AM, December 28, 2011

Anthony Weiner proposed a threesome with texting pal Traci Nobles and a man, according to a new report.
The Queens Democrat made the suggestion in the midst of his texting and tweeting adventures that eventually forced him to resign his congressional seat in June, RadarOnline.com reported today.
The revelation came from conversation excerpts that Radar obtained from Nobles’ proposal for a tell-all book.
After proposing a threesome, Weiner told Nobles, “I’m not really talking about other chicks… How about with another guy?”
“Hmmmm, haven’t done it before,” Nobles said.

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Anthony Weiner in June when he admitted to “inappropriate” exchanges with six women before and after getting married. A new report says he suggested a threesome with a woman and a man.
“It can be hot,” Weiner replies.
“Are you turned on by other guys?” Nobles asked.
“Well it depends on the guy, but generally yes,” Weiner said.
This isn’t the first time details from Nobles’ book proposal have gone public.
In October, news surfaced that Weiner boasted that he masturbated in House restrooms and expressed frustration about his “backwards thinking” Muslim in-laws, according to the proposal.
“Omg. I didn’t think I could get any harder,” read one Weiner message provided by Nobles.
Weiner claimed to do much of his sexting from his Washington office and would take care of sexual urges in the bathroom.
“It’s a big office and you know that’s not the only thing here that’s big,” Weiner wrote.
Last week, Page Six broke the news that Weiner and wife Huma Abedin had a baby boy.
Weiner’s downfall began on May 27 when he tweeted a lewd crotch shot of himself to a 21-year-old Twitter follower.
He later admitted to several inappropriate online relationships with women before giving up his seat in Congress — and his dream of being New York’s next mayor.
Weiner, 47, said he never had physical contact with any of the women. The scandal broke before the couple’s first wedding anniversary.
Sources close to the family have said the cad dad is already in big debt to the baby boy.
If it weren’t for the pregnancy, Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, might have walked out on Weiner quicker than he could tweet an apology, the sources said.


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Curiously no gay politicians have yet been caught sexting nudie self-pics.  I guess they are just prudes!

Democrat New Jersey freeholder, resigns after nude photos, sexts surface

Wednesday, August 3rd 2011, 8:18 AM
Louis Magazzu, a Cumberland County freeholder in New Jersey, resigned Tuesday after nude photos of him surfaced.

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Louis Magazzu, a Cumberland County freeholder in New Jersey, resigned Tuesday after nude photos of him surfaced.

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Garden State Democrat Louis Magazzuannounced his resignation Tuesday after nude pictures he sent to a woman he had been corresponding with were posted on a Republican activist’s website.
At least two of the photos showed theCumberland County freeholder’s crotch, two showed him dressed to the nines in a suit, and a fifth showed him waist up without a shirt.
The tawdry photos – taken in front of a mirror with a smartphone – are similar to those that led to Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Queens-Brooklyn) to call it quits in June.
Magazzu, a 53-year-old lawyer who had been an elected county official for more than a decade, apologized to his friends, family and constituents in a statement, but indicated he had been set up.
“I did not know that she was working with an avowed political enemy to distribute these pictures,” Magazzu said of theChicago woman he corresponded with online with for several years but claims he never met. “I have retained counsel to determine what laws may have been broken by the unauthorized distribution of those pictures.”
Magazzu, who has five children, has been separated from his wife for about two years. He claims no government devices were used to receive or send the pictures.
Unlike Weiner, who waited weeks before resigning, Magazzu stepped down just a day after the photo scandal hit local papers.
Carl Johnson, of Milville, who posted the photos on Magazzuwatch.com, said he would consider taking down the photos.
“He should have stepped down a long time ago for many reasons. His brand of politics is harmful to the entire political process,” Johnson told The Associated Press.  “I’m sorry it had to happen this way.”
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For those of us tired of all those pictures of Anthony Weiner, whose gym toned, taxpayer financed little body did not make up for his unfortunate face, this weekend provides a bounty of male beauty to wash those Weiner images right out of your eye.
First the BBC sci-fi series “Outcasts” broadcast episode three at 9 pm tonight (Eastern) on BBCAmerica. “Outcasts” features both the totally delicious Jamie Bamber of “Battlestar Gallactica” and “Law and Order: UK” AND Eric Mabius of “The ‘L’ Word” and “Ugly Betty.”  (“Battlestar Galactica” is in reruns on BBCAmerica immediately preceeding.)


Jamie Bamber Talks ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ ‘Outcasts’ and ‘Law & Order: UK’

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It should be clear by now that I just can’t quit ‘Battlestar Galactica.’
On June 11, BBC America began re-airing the acclaimed Syfy series, and there’s still time to get on board. The entire four-hour miniseries that kicks off ‘Battlestar’ airs starting at 5Pm Et Saturday, so if you’ve never seen this thought-provoking drama, now’s your chance.
Last week, I talked to ‘The Closer’ and ‘Battlestar’ actress Mary McDonnell about working on the Syfy show, and I also recently chatted with Jamie Bamber, another member of the ‘Battlestar’ cast who also appears in ‘Outcasts,’ a sci-fi drama that debuts on BBC America 9Pm Et Saturday.

For those who don’t like TV or don’t have premium cable, “Green Lantern” opens in theaters, with the delicious Ryan Reynolds, with the famous abs from “Blade” and many other delightful movies.  I saw it this week:  better than “Green Hornet” or “Hulk,”  as good as “Iron Man” or “Fantastic Four,” not as good as “SpiderMan” or “X-Men.”  But the body was shown, including, pace Rep. Weiner, a little bulge (not supposed to be erect) in some grey cotton sweat pants.


Reason magazine’s Kurt Loder gives it a bad review.  I don’t think the “fear” vs “will” version of the dark and light sides of the force had the political coloration Kurt sees.  I think the “will” is almost a Kantian self-control over the impulses, in this case fear.  It’s about being courageous and imagining a way to confront and conquer fear.

Green Lantern

Space oddity

Opening Green Lantern in the same month—or the same galaxy—as X-Men: First Class was probably a scheduling necessity, but it forces a ruinous comparison. Capably adapted from one of the bazillion storylines in DC’s 70-year-old Green Lantern comics series, the new movie has some promising sci-fi elements and a pair of normally appealing stars. But the picture is slathered with so much CGI goop that at several points it’s indistinguishable from a Saturday morning cartoon show. Very soon you start wondering why you had to leave your living room to see it.
The movie begins in deep space with a riot of digital hubbub (pricelessly silly in big-deal 3D). We meet the Guardians of the Universe, a council of wizened Yodas ensconced on very high stools (which amusingly recall the much more amusingAdventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension). The Guardians have divided the galactic vastness into thousands of separate sectors, all patrolled by an interstellar police force called the Green Lantern Corps, each member of which is armed with a super-powerful green ring and a glowing green lantern with which to recharge it when the super-power runs low. We also make the acquaintance of a rather amorphous evil entity called Parallax—a destroyer of worlds and so forth. When Parallax attacks a Green Lantern patrol ship, the captain is forced to ditch his craft on the nearest reachable planet, which turns out to be Earth. Wounded and dying, he recruits a local human, Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), to take up his ring and lantern and join the Corps. As a bonus, Hal also gets to wear a bright green super-suit with built-in muscles and a tiny green mask.
Hal is a brave, handsome, and of course headstrong test pilot in the employ of Ferris Aviation, where he’s maintained a years-long touch-and-go relationship with the boss’s daughter, Carol Ferris (Blake Lively)—a test pilot herself, naturally. Since considerable time is devoted to this underpowered romance, it’s unfortunate that Reynolds and Lively—such engaging actors in other films—never really warm to each other here. But then they’re given little assistance by the dialogue. Carol laments that proud loner Hal has always been “scared I was getting too close.” Changing into his flight suit, Hal says to her, “Let’s get these pants off and fly some planes.” Smooth.
The story ping-pongs back and forth between the Earth-bound love dawdling and the Guardians’ heavily computerized home planet, where Hal undergoes Green Lantern training under the gimlet eye of a harsh taskmaster named Sinestro (an unrecognizable Mark Strong). As with every other off-planet actor in the movie, Strong’s bulb-headed alien makeup forcefully recalls the cornball days of early Star Trek cranial prosthetics. No matter how dire the doings in this film, inducements to giggling are usually close at hand.
Reynolds is too mild a presence to make Hal very compelling. A couple of personality doodles have been sketched in—Hal is haunted by the death of his test-pilot dad, and hobbled by a vague feeling of unworthiness—but when a guy looks like Ryan Reynolds, and has Blake Lively making love eyes at him, it’s hard to accept that his life could be all that tormented. This leaves the field clear for Peter Saarsgard to move in and make up the live-wire deficit. Saarsgard appears to be having a ton of fun as Hector Hammond, a brainiac science professor who becomes infected by the universal Force of Evil (which turns out to be yellow). Before long, the mutating Hector and the increasingly fearless Hal are engaged in super-being smackdowns of an elaborate but not especially thrilling sort—even when Parallax weighs in (as a sort of humongous smoke bomb) to make it a threesome. Despite the movie’s super-budget (officially $150 million, rumored to be twice that), it’s undone by digital cheesiness at every turn. There’s a possibly delusional promise of a sequel at the end—a notion dependent on whether this rather limp opening installment covers its outsized expenses. Big bets are not recommended.
The oddest aspect of Green Lantern—and I wonder if the filmmakers were even aware of it—is its frankly fascist sci-fi philosophy. The green rings and lanterns are charged with the Power of Will, the various counterpoised yellow thingies with the Power of Fear. At one point, Sinestro (who would trust a guy with a name like that?) says, “Fear is the enemy of Will. Fear is what stops you and makes you weak.” At which point I wondered what kind of movie Leni Riefenstahl might have made from this material. Possibly a more interesting one.  

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DailyHoax founder Markos Moulitsos refuses to say what they were hiding at the NetRoots convention that he was afraid Andrew Breitbart might expose.

Now we can only wonder: An underage ACORN brothel disguised as the convention’s day care center? A booth sponsored by Barney Frank’s new international arms dealer boyfriend? Sex toys modeled on Weiner or Clinton?

What we do see from this video is that left-statism is an inherited genetic disorder and can be identified as pediatricians often do, by observing that the patient is an FLK (“funny looking kid”) in need of further investigation.
You can help by urging treatment and helping identify the afflicted.  Do you have friends or neighbors exhibiting any of the following characteristics:
Persistent Obesity
Barney Frank
Alan Grayson
Claire McCaskill
Barbara Mikulski
Al Sharpton
Al Gore
Fat Tongue, Drool, Mush Mouth, or Lisp
Barney Frank
Chris Matthews
Ezra Klein
Eugene Robinson
Anne Lewis
E.J. Dionne
Dwarfism
Robert Reich
Markos Moulitos

Spastic Verbal Hyperactivity
Anthony Weiner
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Facial Fugliness
Barney Frank
Chuck Schumer
Anthony Weiner
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Rachel Maddow
Barbara Mikulski
Markos Moulitos
Bill Maher
Paul Krugman
David Corn
Joan Walsh
Henry Waxman
William Clyburn


Priapism, Sexual Orientation Mendacity, Impulse Control
Anthony Weiner
Donna Brazile
Barbara Mikulski
Elliot Spitzer
Bill Clinton
Gary Hart

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