Weiner Had To Go: Just Ask Judge Thomas

June 16, 2011 at 3:38 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Based upon his willingness to dig into the improprieties of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s misleading income tax filings and Financial Disclosure Forms and by Thomas’s wife’s profiteering from the Citizens United ruling–not to mention the questionable influence buying of the Citizens United ruling itself–Weiner was a marked man.

Many will say his own hidden improprieties justify forcing him out, that he set himself up, and that he was stupid and crazy and deserved to be exposed and ridiculed from office.

That may be true, but I do not yet know of any evidence that Weiner committed a crime. In fact, his failings are very commonplace among professionals these days, and they are treatable. Additionally, no one was victimized in his misdeeds.

So, why the great outcry for his resignation?


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