Sunday, May 30, 2010

An Independent Investigation Is In Order

There needs to be an independent investigation into the Sestak affair. Sestak stated that Obama offered him a job in the administration if he would quit seeking the Democrat nomination for the Senate. After months, the absent political pawns started asking questions. The administration was caught red handed offering what amounts to a bribe. The President refused to say much about the Sestak bribe during his press conference but after speaking to Sestak's brother and campaign manager in addition to speaking with Bill Clinton lo and behold it wasn't the Whitehouse that offered Sestak a job but rather Bill Clinton. By the way it was some low tier unpaid job and not as speculated the SECNAV.

I'm not so sure these are the fats. Awful funny how as this story broke and it became understood that it wasn't just going away that the administration was able to come up with Bill Clinton as a scapegoat with some non paying committee work. The chances of the deal that was proposed happened as the administration has indicated is slim and none. There is no way that America should have to "just take the administrations word". The Department of Justice has been politicized by this administration and I wouldn't believe anything they said either. An independent counsel needs to be empaneled and let the chips fall where they may.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Pathetic Pawns said nothing happened. True story.