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Some sites do worse than the White House. The site’s poll of 2,000 travelers says that 78 percent of Americans have never visited Seattle’s Space Needle, 73 percent have avoided Yellowstone Park, 70 percent have never been to the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, 69 percent have never visited the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles and 45 percent have not visited the Las Vegas Strip.

NIGHTMAYOR

“Look, I made some big mistakes and I know I let a lot of people down. But I’ve also learned some tough lessons. I hope I get a second chance to work for you. I will fight for you every single day.”

Vow from former congressman Anthony D. Weiner in a two-minute video announcing his candidacy for New York mayor, mistakenly posted just after midnight Wednesday at his fledgling campaign site.

And a response to the former New York congressman, who resigned from office after tweeting lewd photos of himself which ultimately ended up on the late Andrew Breitbart’s BigJournalism.com, a watchdog site.

“I want to personally thank Anthony Weiner for deciding to run for mayor. Anthony, thank you. Somewhere, Andrew Breitbart is smiling. Perhaps because he knows that there are, in all likelihood, still more pictures floating around somewhere. I just hope, this time, you’re smiling in them,” observes Fox News host and Breitbart.com contributor Greg Gutfeld.

POLL DU JOUR

68 percent of U.S. voters say the federal government “is out of control” and “threatening basic civil liberties”; 87 percent of Republicans and 47 percent of Democrats agree.

32 percent say IRS targeting of conservative groups is the “scandal facing the Obama administration” that concerns them most; 39 percent of Republicans and 28 percent of Democrats agree.

27 percent say White House handling of the Benghazi attacks concerns them most; 34 percent of Republicans and 23 percent of Democrats agree.

21 percent cite the Justice Department seizure of AP reporters’ phone records; 11 percent of Republicans and 23 percent of Democrats agree.

10 percent are concerned about all three matters; 14 percent of Republicans and 6 percent of Democrats agree.

Source: A Fox News poll of 1,013 registered U.S. voters conducted May 18 to 20.

Naysaying, hurraying to jharper@washingtontimes.com.