You see, because of the double entendre.
This morning, the New York Times pulled an Anthony Weiner–on-Twitter move on a story about Anthony Weiner’s sexting sins, prematurely publishing a story headlined “For Women in Weiner Scandal, Indignity Lingers” before pulling it in favor of a “production note.”
And as we all know, there’s nothing more embarrassing than premature e-publication.
When the story does come out, according to spoilers lingering on Google, reporter Michael Barbaro will check in with the women at the other end of Weiner’s dirty chats, like Lisa Weiss, the Las Vegas blackjack dealer, who still hears nasty stuff from customers like, “Talk dirty to me. We know you like it.” For these forthcoming revelations, Weiner insists he’s already said he’s sorry…
And we already know the only thing he’s sorry about is that he got caught. He had no problem lying his ass off and blaming Andrew Breitbart and anybody else he could think of. He was ready to throw anybody and everybody under the bus to hang onto his political power, right up until the very second he couldn’t get away with it any longer.
Which is why he’s gonna be an awesome mayor!