Goodbye, Anthony Weiner. You've been somewhat entertaining these last few months but your political career is officially over and it's time we move on.
Anthony Weiner is like that bumbling supervillain that all other supervillains laugh at. And that's the end of mentioning him ever.— Jeff Howe (@jeffunscripted) September 11, 2013
Today marks Anthony Weiner's very successful tutorial on how not to run for Mayor of NYC.— Dan Comand (@DanComand) September 11, 2013
Now that the election is over, the only logical next step for Anthony Weiner and Elliot Spitzer is a WeinerSpitzers food truck.— allgames (@allgames) September 11, 2013
My greatest hope with the withdrawal of Anthony Weiner from the NYC mayoral race is an end to all the juvenile phallic references.— Jane Galt (@WhoisJaneGalt) September 11, 2013
Anthony Weiner only got 4.9% of the votes, which is particularly sad since he has sexted with a larger percentage of the population.— Michelle Wolf (@michelleisawolf) September 11, 2013
I wanted to write a joke about the 4% that voted for Anthony Weiner last night, but they don't need my help.— JB (@JB8084) September 11, 2013
No man has ever lived up to his name so much as Anthony Weiner.— In God We Trust NYC (@InGodWeTrustNYC) September 11, 2013
Anthony Weiner thought the people loved him as much as the ladies loved Carlos Danger! And they did - Not at all!— Mike Vanriel (@MikeVanriel2) September 11, 2013
How long until Anthony Weiner pops up on Celebrity Rehab?— RossE (@Tridad47) September 11, 2013
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