--"Able was I 'ere I saw Elba"--Anon.
Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) should be true to his New York heritage, and have a "Lou Gehrig" moment, taking himself out of the lineup "for the good of the team".
But, he should not resign, nor should anyone demand his resignation, without also demanding that David Vitter resign at the same time.
Senator David Vitter (R-LA) was found to be a frequent client of a certain DC-Madam. Although he could be accused of breaking the law, he has never been charged or prosecuted.
So far as is now known, Congressman Weiner broke no law, but he did cultivate a high-profile, so his juvenile online activities have been especially embarrassing to him, and to the causes for which he fought so diligently.
Briefly, Weiner "tVittered", and Vitter "weinered" several women.
Weiner should resign. So should Vitter. (And, someone ought to explain why Vitter has never been charged or prosecuted by the Justice Department).
It would be a "package" deal.
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