[Guest post by Aaron Worthing; if you have tips, please send them here. Or by Twitter @AaronWorthing.]
Yes, that is a riff on Ann Rice’s novel and the movie adapted from it. (By the way, why was it “The Vampire” and not “a” vampire? I mean it’s not like as if the character was the only one in the whole world.)
Anyway, via Hot Air, we get The Weiner being interviewed on Cnn, and in my opinion, not helping himself at all:
And good for the reporters not letting him off easy, at least there. Up until now their reaction has been… flaccid.
(Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)
Update: Longer coverage of it, here:
Via Randolph Jenkins of… the Daily Kos, who writes:
Does anyone still believe that this was a hack?
Come on guys. If he was the victim of hacking, why is he being so shady about it? Why is he refusing to talk to the cameras, and is even – as you’ll see in the first link – running away from the cameras refusing to answer any questions about the situation.
If Breitbart or one of his minions is behind this, why not have an investigation?
Sexual harassment and hacking are no laughing matters.
Congressman Weiner – I know you’ve posted here before. If you have any courage and decency, why don’t you answer three simple questions:
(1) Why was the college student to whom the tweet was directed at being followed by your account?
(2) Why did you earlier tweet, “thats545inSeattleIthink” right before the tweet went out to the student who lives in Seattle?
(3) Why are you refusing to answer questions about this matter?
That is right, they are losing Daily Kos.
[Posted and authored by Aaron Worthing.]