Thursday, January 26, 2012

What Was He Thinking?

Mark Cenedella wants one day to be a U.S. Senator from the state of New York. This is the groundwork he has laid:
Marc Cenedella, a Republican businessman laying the groundwork for a possible run for a United States Senate seat in New York, said on Tuesday that he took “full responsibility” for blog posts about sex, women and drugs that have drawn criticism.


The entries had headlines like “Sexy vs. Skanky,” “Dating Advice for Girly Girls,” “He Stole My Weed” and “High Quality Dope,” according to the article.
In an entry titled “A New Holiday for Men,” there was a link to a separate site that designates March 14 as a special occasion on which women are encouraged to offer steak and oral sex “to show your man how much you care for him.” Another entry linked to a site that purports to provide biblical justification for a man’s having more than one wife. “I wasn’t so sure about all this Bible stuff,” the entry accompanying the link said, “but I’m starting to cotton to it.”

Mr. Cenedella can't seem to decide who it was who wrote those posts. It could have been all sorts of posters from his old site, it could have been spam or it could have been Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand (whom he wants to beat)! I wish he made up his mind.

But nowhere do I see anything about him apologizing for those posts.