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Another Gore, Another Weiner

Two of the candidates facing off in the Mississippi Democratic Senate primary are — wait for it — Albert Gore Jr. and a Weiner! Who knew GOP Sen. Roger Wicker might have to face such heavyweights in November.

Alas, this Gore is not the former vice president of America. This is Albert N. Gore Jr., and he’s apparently different.

Dr. Roger Weiner is also not a clever disguise for disgraced former Congressman — and new dad! — Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.).

Nope, Dr. Weiner — a cardiologist from Mississippi — is just another Weiner with a serious penchant for the Interwebs.

You see, where Rep. Weiner’s downfall came from tweeting weird pictures of his hairless chest and other, um, objects, Dr. Weiner has actually been busted for trying to solicit “various female individuals utilizing the website”

What is

Well, the affidavit in support of a criminal complaint for the arrest of Roger Weiner dated May 18, 2009, explains: “ is a website primarily set up to assist wealthy men, termed Sugardaddies on the website, find females, termed Sugarbabies on the website, for companionship and entertainment.”

The affidavit goes on to outline several amazing conversations between the good doctor and potential sugarbabies where he asks salient questions such as “What are your boundaries?” and “What would you like as your consulting fee? … Is it negotiable?”

Dr. Weiner also asked all of his potential sugarbabies to email him at, which is, we can all agree, a pretty sexy sugardaddy-like email address.

Internet hobbies won’t take up too much of his time though!

Dr. Weiner claims that if he is elected to the Senate, he will continue to practice medicine and serve as Coahoma County supervisor. He might want to check with the Rules Committee about that. Just saying.

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