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A fake hot dog truck A Weiner's Wed, 08/21/13 1:05 AM (permalink)
A fake hot dog truck, painted to clearly mock Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner's recent problems with his personal life, parked at Thompson and Spring street in SoHo.
 
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    youredone82

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    Re:A fake hot dog truck A Weiner's Wed, 10/2/13 1:08 PM (permalink)
    This is a perfect slam for weiner. He is probably one of the worst politicians in the city. He spent his career making it impossible for people who have made mistakes to correct them, then after he made a mistake he beggs the same community to forgive him. All the while he is claiming that if he is elected hes going to be harsher on people who have made mistakes. He apparently learned nothing and yet still wants forgiveness and to be re chosen for public office. Hes a scam.
     
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