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Anthony Weiner, Carlos Danger, and Hillary Clinton.

In the future, when you google the word "chutzpah," after the definitions of "unbelievable gall" and "crass, vulgar, nerve," there will  be a footnote that says, "See Anthony Weiner." This man defines public humiliation, and yet still he stands, mast to the wind. It's…

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