Saturday, June 11, 2011

Weiner Oprahsizes His Wiener, Seeks "Help"

The Democrat from New York has taken the drastic step of Oprahsizing his behavior.
Two officials told the New York Times that the randy rep, who is fighting for his political life after posting racy pictures of himself on Twitter and then lying about it, is planning to go to rehab. The details were not immediately clear. Weiner also plans to take a leave from the House, the paper reported.

"Congressman Weiner departed this morning to seek professional treatment to focus on becoming a better husband and healthier person. In light of that, he will request a short leave of absence from the House of Representatives so that he can get evaluated and map out a course of treatment to make himself well" said spokeswoman Risa Heller.
Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has called for Weiner to resign, but so far, love of family and heartfelt desire to get help not withstanding, he has not done so.

The move to seek treatment comes after it was revealed Weiner had been tweeting a 17-year-old Delaware girl, which the police are investigating.
Weiner, who represents Brooklyn and Queens, has so far refused calls to step down.


  1. That Wienermobile is pretty cool.

    Don't you think Oscar Meyer ought to loan it out so the Democrat from New York could ride in style on his way to get the help he needs?

  2. The Chinese news animation had him in a Wienermobile
    (see 1:05 on June 2nd.)

  3. I've gotta admit those Chi-coms are all over it. Did you see they had Andrew Breitbart getting the download feed of Weiner's wiener on his i-phone. Nice. I loved the advise though: Diversify so its not so obvious you are following college co-eds. Yeah, that makes sense. Too bad Weiner didn't think of that one. The best though was If you get caught, don't give us some lame excuse like telling the world someone had manipulated your wiener. Now that was a good one, especially coming from some Chinese woman. We ain't buying your sorry a** excuses. Wish the voting public in New York could figure that one out.