Does anyone else see the irony in the above headline? A man named Weiner tweeted a photo of his….well, you get the idea.
U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) just got married last July. Today, Weiner admitted having online sex relationships with “about six women over the past three years”, after his botched cover-up attempt failed.
We should feel good knowing that Mr. Weiner never had “sex” outside of his marriage, HOWEVER he continued to have online relationships with other women after he in fact DID get married. Ummmm…does anyone else find comfort in this revelation? Mr. Weiner also stated he “believes” the women he sexted were all adults, but he does not actually know their ages.
Another juicy bit of irony here is that former President Bill Clinton officiated at Mr. Weiner’s wedding.
Embattled Montgomery County Commissioner, Joe Hoeffel will not run again. Instead, he will support Josh Shapiro and Leslie Richards. Shapiro and Richards are running as a team and joined Hoeffel at a news conference where he announced he would not seek relection.
It looks like Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor will run again. Castor was not involved in the Sunshine Law charges leveled against Commissioners Matthews and Hoeffel. The three commissioners have had a strained relationship and frequently made headlines in local papers with their squabbling.
The Republican nominating convention will be held on February 9th and the Democratic Nominating Convention will take place on February 15th.
Let us hope whoever wins can work together for the good of Pennsylvania’s third largest and second wealthiest county!
The mayor of McKeesport, Jim Brewster (D) won the 45th District State Senate seat on Tuesday. Brewster has been involved in McKeesport politics for many years, first serving a ten-year stint on city council and then as mayor for the last seven years. The mayor has helped improve conditions in McKeesport and hopes to do the same thing in Harrisburg.
On the other side of the state, 3-term Hazleton Mayor, Lou Barletta (R) finally ousted 13-term incumbent Paul Kanjorski (D) on his third try and is headed off to represent the 11th Congressional District is Washington, DC. Mayor Barletta made national headlines when Hazleton passed an immigration law which is being challenged in a federal case by the ACLU. Barletta said he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Barletta feels being in Congress is the best place to address the immigration issue.
This is an interesting article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about Dan Onorato’s unsuccessful bid for governor and what went wrong for him in Allegheny County, where he should have won handily over GOP rival Tom Corbett. I found this article insightful.