Skip to comments.Sestak Bribery Questions Remain Unanswered
Posted on 05/26/2010 10:18:33 AM PDT by CaroleL
Appearing on a televised news program in mid-February, US Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) was asked if the Obama administration offered him a high-ranking federal job in exchange for dropping his primary challenge to Senator Arlen Specter. Representative Sestak said yes. Three months and a primary win later; he is still saying it happened but is refusing to provide details of the crime and, if it happened, it most certainly was a crime.
Often laws, especially federal laws, are long and difficult for an ordinary citizen to understand. But the one allegedly broken by someone in the Obama administration with regard to Mr. Sestak (Title 18 US Code Section 600) is simple and straight forward.
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What did BHO know about this and when did he know it?
Don’t look for any backbone or other signs of character from Sestak. First, he’s a lliberal democrat, and, ipso facto, a moral coward.
Second, he’s a politician who’s just won his primary and desperately wants the support of his party and his president in the general election. Therefore, he’s a moral coward.
Finally, he sees himself serving in the Senate, and hopes to become an admiral there just as he was in the Navy, which, as in the Navy, is contingent on good behavior and perfect job evaluations. Therefore...you guessed it.
I think he is only blowing smoke it ‘sounds good’.
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