POLITICS

Anthony Weiner Goat Injury: Angry Goat GORES New York Congressman At Press Conference

Nature's karmic balance was briefly -- and ironically -- restored on Capitol Hill Thursday, when an Angora goat, brought to a press conference by Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) as a prop to highlight the need to cut mohair wool subsidies, stabbed the Congressman.

Representatives Weiner and Chaffetz (R-Utah) had been using the two gallant goats, Lancelot and Arthur, as part of an event designed to push for the ending of $1 million-a-year mohair goat farming industry subsidies when Lancelot drew blood from Weiner.

According to reports from the scene, one of the goat's foot-long horns took a small piece out of Weiner's hand.