Buffalo Bill’s defunct: Why should Anthony Weiner resign?

Buffalo Bill’s defunct/who used to/ride a watersmooth-silver stallion/and break onetwothreefourfive  pigeonsjustlikethat . . . – E. E. Cummings

When Bill Clinton had a college student perform a submissive sex act on him in the Oval Office he became an adored cult figure to his generation. So why should Anthony Weiner resign?
Today, Bill Clinton, adored by millions, attends the soccer World Cup matches with Mick Jagger, who urged on fans to public intercourse in a cult movie with an unmentionable title. So why should Weiner resign?

Bill Clinton left public office in disgrace after pardoning a supporter whose wife had given the Clintons a million-dollar bribe. What did Clinton do then? He moved to New York. Within days, op-eds appeared in The New York Times and elsewhere asking, could Bill run for VP? Could they not change the Constitution so he could be president again? Could he not be president of the world via the U.N.? So why should Weiner resign?

Bill Clinton officiated at the marriage of Anthony Weiner as a world priest. Weiner sees Clinton as a kind of cult/father figure. He understands that Clinton is the master of public squalor and because of this he is adored not only in New York City, but everywhere.

Weiner is barely a shadow of his master; hardly a silly footnote. So why should he resign? He should run for Senate.

Bill Clinton is a political genius. His acolyte, Weiner, learned at the foot of the master and likewise understands the times. He understands that Buffalo Bill is defunct and Joe DiMaggio is dead and so is New York City. He knows he has a political future and a wealthy one. Maybe even one with 50 gold watches like Clinton has. Maybe the missus will even get on the Supreme Court. Bad now in the moment, but think of later. Think of Bill. So why should he resign?

Jesus, he was a handsome man. And what I want to know is how do you like your blue-eyed boy, Mr. Death?