Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Weiner tries to get past the scandal by drawing an analogy with a heckler yelling from the back of the room. In that case would he spend the rest of the speech responding to the heckler? But the analogy does not hold. In his base analogy there is no doubt about the fact that the heckler is someone else, not the congressman. But in the case the question under dispute is whether the heckler and the congressman are not, in fact, the same person.
Posted by Michael Reinhard at 9:10 PM