Politics & Government

July 11, 2013 4:29 PM

Where’s the shame? Scandals may no longer end political careers

Sex. Drugs. Cheating on a spouse. Those words used to add up to shame. Put them in the same sentence as a politician’s name, and they ended careers. Not anymore. The latest batch of unlikely back-from-the-swamp hopefuls are Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer.

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