Caught Twixt and Tweiner


A new week and a new round of allegations regarding the naughty cyber habits of embattled New York Rep. Anthony Weiner.

Andrew Breitbart is on his case. So is the celebrity gossip site Radar Online, with claims by a Nevada woman that she received more than 200 explicit messages from the congressman via a now-defunct Facebook account.

And there’s Chris McCroskey of, who points out that the whole sordid affair could be clarified in the roughly 15 minutes it would take for law enforcement to check out IPs and trace the origins of the offending tweets.

Might I suggest a new noun for politicians who engage in sexting or lewd tweets . . .?

A “Tweiner”. 

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  1. Profile Photo Contributor

    “Tweiner?” Ooh. That’ll stick.

    Wicked of you, Bill. Delightfully wicked.

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  2. Profile Photo Member

    I think they might check “IP’s” not “IPO’s”!

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    Peter Robinson: “Tweiner?” Ooh. That’ll stick.

    Wicked of you, Bill. Delightfully wicked. ยท Jun 6 at 11:36am

    The Tweener reference has another definition outside of this event, save it may apply.

    The choice of photo is a good start. There is a mob scene from the silent version of Phantom of the Opera which would be an improvement. Seen it ?

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  4. Profile Photo Inactive

    This just in: Anthony Weiner admits to “inappropriate communications” with 6 women. Also say he’s not resigning. I hate to admit it, but given his district, he might just get reelected. Doubtful if he’ll ever make it to Gracie Mansion, though.

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  5. Profile Photo Member

    You have my unending respect, Bill. This’ll definitely stick. Genius.

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  6. Profile Photo Inactive

    Seldom are such classic cases of narcissism on display for us to marvel at. It couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. And the Hilary/Bill connection just adds a little something extra, don’t you think?Obama seems downright humble in comparison.

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