A marriage, or a merger?
See Laura Wood’s trenchant comments about the marriage of Anthony Weiner and his absent, globe-trotting wife Huma Abedin, who, while her husband’s reputation and career are going down the tubes,
works non-stop even when her marriage is in crisis. Her strength is awesome. Here we see what feminism is really about: the avoidance of pain and intimacy.
James P. writes:
Laura Wood wrote:Paul K. writes:
At the time Huma married Weiner, she was widely rumored to be involved in a long-term lesbian relationship with Hillary. The marriage helped with that problem, so the notion that it was a merger is not without foundation.LA replies:
Are you trying to say that some things human are alien to you?Paul K. replies:
Certainly some things Huma are alien to me.LA replies:
Oh oh oh ha ha ha haPaul K. replies:
Well, you handed me that one.LA replies:
Not deliberately. The idea was yours.Paul K. replies:
You were aiding and Abedin’ me, at any rate.Roland D. writes:
I just wanted to point out that Rep. Weiner’s quite attractive, nominally-Muslim wife has for years been rumored to be engaged in an intimate relationship with Hillary Clinton; when her marriage to Weiner was announced, it was speculated that he was essentially to serve as a “beard” in order to quell the persistent rumors surrounding her relationship with Hillary Clinton.JC writes from Houston:
I’m just curious but where did Bill Clinton get the authority to perform marriages?LA replies:
Is there perhaps a law that anyone who is a magistrate or a former magistrate in the U.S. (e.g., mayor, governor, president) can marry people? If it’s not that, I don’t know what it is.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 07, 2011 08:34 PM | Send