A mixture of cheers and jeers followed seven-term New York Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner's announcement Thursday that he would be resigning from public office. Weiner apologized to his constituents and to his wife for the sexting scandal, in which he admitted to sending lewd messages and photos to at least six women. Weiner was one of the more outspokenly liberal members of the House — and his 9th District that has been a Democratic stronghold for decades. Will his successor's replacement change the political spectrum or become a referendum on President Obama's politics, as a litmus test for 2012? Joining us to talk about the implications of his resignation for New York politics is Anna Sale, reporter for It's A Free Country, the politics website for WNYC. Also joining us is The Takeaway's Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich.