Letters: Weiner's appalling judgment

Rep. Anthony Weiner while he was in Congress.

Rep. Anthony Weiner while he was in Congress. Photo Credit: Getty Images

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If the voters in New York City elect Anthony Weiner their mayor, they will get what they asked for: a person with an extremely poor sense of judgment who apparently finds it easy to be dishonest ["Weiner remains defiant," News, July 25].

Perhaps the same can be said about Eliot Spitzer.

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Joseph A. Bollhofer, St. James

No one can deny Anthony Weiner's appalling judgment, but what about the judgment of New Yorkers who have been supporting his mayoral candidacy and might continue to support him because he "deserves" a second chance?

Richard Siegelman, Plainview

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