The beautiful Pittsburgh skyline makes the national news...
Remember Anthony Weiner the former congressman from New York who got in trouble when he tweeted pics of his package to a college girl.
Well now he has decided that he wants to run for Mayor of New York seriously "Weiner for Mayor"
He launched his website Thursday and it only took a few hours for New York news stations to figure out he was using the Pittsburgh skyline as his background instead of NYC.
His web team switched it out for a montage of NYC pics and took the blame saying - "This is our fault, Our designer got the image from a set of images that included New York City images, but obviously this image was not of New York City, as the Weiner campaign had requested."
Hmmm, can you imagine if the situation was reversed?
Wow, Chris Matthews is unhinged. Such hateful, assumptive commentary.
Unbelievable that a guy like this exists.
On the last day of a job, plenty of people will throw back a few drinks with co-workers when the shift is over. But this is a riskier proposition in certain professions -- such as an announcer on live radio. Paula White, a presenter on BBC Radio Stoke, a news and entertainment program based out of central England, was pulled off the air Friday after sounding a bit tipsy to listeners, the BBC has confirmed.
It was the Benghazi attack ad the Republican National Committee created but never aired.
ABC News has obtained an ad the RNC made last fall and approved to air in the final weeks of the presidential campaign. The ad begins with a replay of Hillary Clinton’s famous “3 a.m. phone call” commercial from the 2008 campaign and then cuts to video of the burning U.S. consulate in Benghazi Libya.
Over the images of the attack–in which four Americans were killed–words appear on the screen:
“The Call Came … On September 12, 2012.” As the screen goes black, the words continue: “Security Requests Denied. Four Americans Dead. And an Administration whose story is still changing. The Call Came.”
Does this kid have a point?