May 28 2010

Sestak Not The Only Incident Of WH Felonious Job Offers

Published by at 12:18 pm under All General Discussions

Sadly for Team Obama they have been so clumsy and crude in their Chicago Way that they have established clear evidence of the felonious act of trading jobs for political return in more than one instance. Take the Colorado Senate race for example, and this time pay was included:

Jim Messina, President Barack Obama’s deputy chief of staff and a storied fixer in the White House political shop, suggested a place for Romanoff might be found in the administration and offered specific suggestions, according to several sources who described the communication to The Denver Post.

Romanoff turned down the overture, which included mention of a job at USAID, the foreign aid agency, sources said.

If I were Joe Sestak I would be very careful today in responding to the WH lame excuse. It Romanoff was offered a paying job at USAID, then there is a very good chance Sestak was also provided an option that paid, as well as provided him other personal value.

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  2. Wilbur Post says:

    Is this another example of the GREAT JUDGEMENT the faux savior’s campaign told us would render experience obsolete?

  3. Terrye says:

    They are not just crooks, they are inept crooks.

  4. fiatlux says:

    The NYT is pointing out in an editorial that Sestak was ineligible for the intelligence advisory board. Members of Congress cannot work for the executive branch – has to do with the constitution, or something. The farce continues, the tainted players grow in number, the WH has been given 72 hours to come up with a new story

  5. […] we know Sestak was not the only one offered a bribe to get out of a senate primary. And those are the two we know of because the DECLINED the offers. […]