Anthony Weiner Now The Subject Of A Daily Caller Poll About His Crotch

05/31/2011 05:14 pm ET | Updated Jul 31, 2011

I don't know if you all are up to speed on "Weinergate" -- also known as "How I Spent My Memorial Day Weekend" by Everybody With A Twitter Account And No Life -- but over the weekend, Rep. Anthony Weiner's (D-N.Y.) twitter account direct-messaged some crotch-shot to some unwitting woman in Seattle, and the ensuing pseudo-event caused a Minor Scandal that Raised Questions.

For a good primer on what happened, just click here.

Now, I'll point out that I have no answer to the question, "Did Weiner Tweet His Ween Or Did Someone Hack His Stack?"

But I'm obviously very hopeful that whoever ends up being the wrongdoer will be subsequently executed by Seal Team Six in a strike on that person's compound, so that America can celebrate at Ground Zero and get closure.

In the meantime, however, you should definitely go on over to the Daily Caller and participate in the Most Important Online Poll Of The Past Six Hours, where you will be asked to adjudicate for yourself whether the offending photo is actually of Weiner's crotch, based upon another photo or Weiner's crotch.

Is the lewd image that appeared on the congressman's Twitter account of the man himself? Or is it someone else entirely?

Take a look at the originally tweeted image below (Exhibit A) and a picture of Rep. Weiner marching along in a June 29, 2009 gay pride parade in New York City (Exhibit B), and vote in the poll (and leave your comments) below!

Yes. Please participate. Mentally heft Weiner's member for weight. Imagine yourself hoisting it out of, and back into, his Y-fronts. Appreciate the angle of the dangle. Visualize the heat of the meat. And register your opinion!

Personally, I think the photo that originally rocked Twitter was one of Thomas Friedman's crotch, but I can appreciate how controversial I'm being when I assert that.

I can also appreciate how I will never be held accountable by anyone for saying this!

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