The Good Old New York Post

Cq_xg61W8AIgheUI’m getting so tired of this ongoing Hillary bashing.  Yesterday’s New York Post’s front page may have put me over the edge.

Anthony Weiner, former New York congressman, who once again is sexting over the net, is the husband of Huma Abedin, who works closely with Mrs. Clinton…SO...the thread of the Bill/Monica/Weiner’s weiner saga continues like a pornographic mini series.

Though the Post professes to prefer Trump, it didn’t stop them from printing soft porn photos of his missus in her early modeling days. Untitled

If you want more of an innocent giggle over Miss Melie, read Paul Rudnik’s Shouts and Murmurs piece in last week’s New Yorker.  I can handle that more than her arms around another girl…


What troubles me the most is, since Alexander Hamilton, our first secretary of the treasury under George Washington, sired the Post in 1804, they should rise to a higher standard. images-1

This drumroll leads to a story.

It was July, 2004, the 200th Anniversary of Mr. Hamilton’s death in the most famous duel in history, killed by Aaron Burr on the bluffs of Weehawken, New Jersey.  There was a memorial service at Trinity Church where his funeral took place, buried in their graveyard.

Being an avid Hamiltonian from way back, I was there, seated next to a pretty, middle-aged black woman in a rose covered dress and porkpie hat.

After listening to many passionate speakers, a representative from The Post took the podium.

“We at The New York Post, every day, do our best to uphold the high standards left by the legacy, of Alexander Hamilton.”

The woman next to me, more than under her breath said,”Yeah, well…all I know is, Mr. Hamilton, right now, is rollin in his grave.”

You said it sister.

As for Anthony Weiner’s weiner, is Hillary responsible for his too, even by association?  Isn’t Bill’s enough for her to have to contend with?  images

I mean really!!!


About Susannah Bianchi

I'm just a girl who likes to write slightly on slant. I've had a career in fashion, dabbled in film and to be honest, I don't like talking about myself. Now my posts are another matter so I will let them speak for themselves. My eBooks, A New York Diary, Model Behavior: Friends For Life and Notes From A Working Cat can be found on Thanks.
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16 Responses to The Good Old New York Post

  1. Rob says:

    Maybe we just get both the press and the politicians we deserve? If so, we have evidently been very bad.

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  2. Their covers never cease to amaze me.
    As for Weiner a/k/a Carlos Danger … he needs to realize that women stand by the motto “you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all” so STOP.
    As for the rest of the media … this weiner gets enough air time on it’s own, so stop.
    Alex is into a non-stop spin at this point.

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  3. skinnyuz2b says:

    Susannah, unless the Weiner was sending his pics to Hillary, I don’t associate his ickyness with her. She has plenty of her own problems, but the husband of an associate isn’t one of them.
    It’s very difficult not to chuckle over the unfortunate combination of name and indiscretion. Sort of like the Bobbitt escapade.

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    • Did you see the Post’s headline today? Oh my…I won’t even print it. I’ve never seen so much mudslinging in a presidential election before. Maybe I wasn’t as tuned in, in the past, but the ugliness has gotten way out of hand.


  4. To be fair, it’s hardly surprising with a guy called Weiner.

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