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Anthony Weiner: New Nude Photos Surface

2013 Mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner

–  2013 Mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner

Mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner can’t catch a break these days.  He threw himself into the political trenches thinking that his sex-ting scandal – which caused his Senate House of Representatives seat resignation – was a thing of the past and that redemption was at hand with his dream of becoming the next NYC Mayor fast on the horizon, but NO!  Lo-and-behold some mid-west skank surfaces with copies of their inappropriate texting and pic exchange, all in a bid to snatch her fifteen minutes of ‘I’ve been victimized’ headlines, and screws up his lead in the preliminary poles.

Ain’t she that a bitch? Read the rest of this entry »

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Barack Obama: Message From Your Constituent

President Obama delivers re-election speech in his home-base of Chicago on November 6, 2012.

We have expressed our relief at President Obama defeating the double-talks of ex-Governor Romney.  It should rightly feel like a win over the 1%, for many across the USA, as that man sleeps on $$$.  But one win does not problem erase make.  That’s for damn sure.  This very sentiment, in as much, was poignantly addressed in a moving acknowledgement speech live from Chicago.

And now that the position has been secured we thought we would share a message from our dear Dive Master Mashak with our re-elected leader – a sentiment of the people of these here United States as it were.

M.Mashak:

Dear President Obama:

We are happy that you have been re-elected for four more years.

We worked diligently to remove every obstacle we could see. To that end, we are partners with you in this success.

Your first term was marred by the fetid, lingering odor of the former regime: epic economic downturn, and stiff-necked obstructionism. We understand the difficultly one might face as a President to engage and inspire with such conditions extant; a notch short of anarchy…

Today has a different outlook!

Put it down hard and fast my brother and let’s, together, make this country the place it ought to be: Strong families, strong education, and an optimism for the future!

The haters are gonna stay haters, we will never get their support. Time is now and the place is here that we take our stance and build that legacy; “That we may tell it to generations following!”

Well, we couldn’t have scribed that better ourselves – at least so eloquently.  So Bravo to you Mashak.  You hit that mark on your first try and Romney should’ve come to you long ago for how-to tutorials on getting to the straight of it.

As for the Networks – well – CNN pointed to the very fact, during their Election 2012 results last night – how voting across the country pointed to a very divided sentiment between the Red & Blue.  Hardly a new phenom, one would say…  But one that, hopefully, we can, for once, overcome and steadfastly do as our leader called for in working not for politics sake but for the sake of the people that put those politicians in their very cushy posts.

Lets (try) to move forward!

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Anderson Cooper: I’m Gay, Always Have Been

This should get a whole herd of folks riled up.  CNN anchor Anderson Cooper finally addresses his long-time official sexual orientation non-disclosure with a letter, published on The Daily Beast, officially and matter of factly stating his gayness.  “The fact is, I’m gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn’t be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud,” states Cooper.

And the chorus sings.

Truth is we’ve always known and only wished it were us kneeling at his feet in praise.  But given that we haven’t been afforded the opportunity to taste hotness we haven’t cared much.  Live and look for a welcoming zipper is our motto.

But some would and often argue that his high-profile presence would be a welcomed champion, or beacon if you will, for gay youths nationwide.

Well now you have it!

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