Anthony Weiner, the disgraced politician who resigned from Congress accidentally Tweeting racing photos of himself to strangers, is officially entering Democratic primary in the race for New York City Mayor.
“I made some big mistakes and I know I let a lot of people down. But I’ve also learned some tough lessons,” Weiner said in a video posted early Tuesday on his website [watch below].
“I hope I get a second chance to work for you,” the Democrat said with his wife by his side.
You can watch the well choreographed video here:
Colin Quinn is one of the better comics doing political satire – he communicates highly complicated ideas through the most mundane and absurdly funny examples. I thoroughly enjoyed his Broadway hit Long Story Short, which told the history of the world, brought wittily down to a comprehensible human scale.
It looks like marriage equality is coming to Delaware. State Senator Brian Bushweller released a statement to supporters saying he plans to vote for legislation that could legalize gay marriage in his state, and that will likely give the bill enough votes to pass.
Senator Tim Johnson of South Dakota says he now supports gay marriage. He now leaves the “Final Four” Democrats in the United States Senate who actively oppose gay marriage. That leaves three Senate Democrats who oppose gay marriage—Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Mark Pryor of Arkansas, and Mary Landrieu of Louisiana.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin defended his country’s treatment of members of the Gay, Lesbian and Transgender community on Monday in Amsterdam as over 1,000 protesters met Putin with posters, balloons and loud club music. Some were even topless.