Weiner to Get Treatment to Avoid Exposing Weiner to Expulsion Says Wife, Huma Abadin, and Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Concur. As Weiner struggles to get a handle on the Weiner scandal, his wife seeks advice from Hillary on what she retrospectively thinks she should have done in the wake of the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.
While the nation wonders whether there will be a Second-Honeymoon Reconciliation between Weiner and his new wife, prominent Democrats are recommending effective treatment of Weiner's condition.
In a sudden about-face, Nancy
Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz support Weiner treatment to avoid
exposing Weiner to expulsion, and Weiner's wife, Huma Abadin will play a hand in
the Weiner treatment. As shown below, Weiner poses with his admiring wife
just before they begin a second honeymoon at the Lorena Bobbit Treatment Center.
In a hastily-called press conference just before Weiner was scheduled to go in
for treatment, Huma said, "Before you know it, the old Weiner will be
out." Her husband added, "I'm less concerned about the old
Weiner coming out than whether the treatment may have a debilitating effect on
my speech-making voice." Nancy Pelosi and Debbie
Wasserman-Schultz also held a press conference. Asked by a reporter
whether their support for the plan for Weiner's treatment was inconsistent
with their prior positions, Wasserman-Schultz said she envisioned the plan as
simply an extension of her wanting to offer Weiner support by supporting Weiner
"Indeed," said, Nancy Pelosi, "the real goal of going in for
treatment is to eliminate the need for support, and we are confident that when
the old Weiner is out, the need for support will have been eliminated, and he
will be able to bring a higher tone to speaking and tweeting in
Washington." Weiner's wife agreed that rather than being long,
the treatment would be a quick in and out.
Jim is a proud descendant of 18th Century criminal exiles from England who swam to the Outer Banks when the British ship taking them to a Georgia penal colony sank in a storm near Cape Hatteras. Having the prescience to prevent their descendants from becoming "TarHeels," they immediately migrated to Virginia, where, within just a few generations they worked their way up into poverty. Jim's grandfather was the first in the family tree to see the distant horizons, but his career was cut short by severe injuries he sustained when a cousin cut down the tree.
After a brief stint in the Amry (ours) following graduation from law school, he began his legal career in the state bureaucracy but was never able to break into the federal bureaucracy. Several years later, he entered the private practice of law and co-founded a small law publishing company. Later, finding the publishing of small laws unstimulating and finding his private practice too private to be lucrative, he began writing political satire/commentary. His greatest vice is taking himself too seriously.
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