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Rep Capuano on Rep Weiner: “He should not resign”

Mike Capuano.

Image by Patrick Gage via Flickr

Mike Capuano, in all his astuteness, claimed that harsh discourse lead to the shooting of Gabby Giffords when he said:    “What the hell is going on?  There’s always some degree of tension in politics; everybody knows the last couple of years there’s been an intentional increase in the degree of heat in political discourse. . . . If nothing else good comes out of this, I’m hoping it causes people to reconsider how they deal with things.”

Then when stumping for union support, he made us proud at a rally in Mass supporting the unions of Wisconsin:   (

Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary

Political Cartoons by Steve KelleyNow, Capuano on scandal-plagued Weiner states: Ex-roomie shouldn’t resign, and he should know better than Tsongis, and the many other Dems who are calling for Weiner’s resignation,  having shared a Washington, D.C., apartment with Weiner for 12 years.

henry payneWhat the public knows is irrelevent, because lying to constituents, and the media, hardly constitute a violation of trust from a member of Congress – that’s just business as usual. 

Capuano has every reason to give Weiner the benefit of the doubt, even after Weiner has come out and admitted something that is entirely different from what he originally claimed.   According to Capuano: Political Cartoons by Jerry Holbert

“Based on what I know, he has made some inappropriate decisions and taken some inappropriate actions. But none of them violate the law or violate his oath that I am aware of,” Capuano said Thursday during WCVB-TV’s “On The Record.”

Capuano has not yet made up his mind about challenging Scott Brown.  On so many other topics Capuano is quick to speak, and is a voice of reason.  On his running for Senate we must wait with bated breath. 

Political Cartoons by Steve Kelley


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