We're in the midst of a political campaign during which penis size has been a legitimate debate topic and where the words "blood coming out of her wherever" have been bandied about. So to paraphrase "Alice's Restaurant,” you've got to have a lot of damn gall to tell someone he might not be moral enough to opine on politics in 2016. But that's what happened this week when NY1 and the New York Daily News both informed Anthony Weiner that his services would no longer be required.
In fairness, Weiner's repeated behavior certainly disqualifies him from being a congressman and (most would agree) a good husband. But since when does being a scribbler or talking head constitute adhering to some morals clause?