Skip to comments.Sebelius’ Violation of Hatch Act Won’t Be Punished White House Says
Posted on 09/17/2012 11:43:32 AM PDT by John Semmens
The Hatch Acts prohibition against campaigning on the taxpayers dime didnt stop Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius from making a pitch for President Obamas reelection at a Human Rights Campaign Event in Charlotte, N.C.
Strictly speaking, what she did was against the law, White House spokesman Eric Schultz acknowledged. But we also need to take into consideration her intent and prior record. Secretary Sebelius is a highly respected member of this Administration with no previous criminal record. Further, it is clear that her intent was admirable. An effort to help reelect the President serves a higher purpose. The President feels it would be inappropriate to penalize such praiseworthy behavior.
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You almost had me there ...
The really scary thing about this satire is that the headlines are completely believable.
Our administration is filled with duds, bimbos, and of course, the t*rd in chief, the blunderdork, the most insipidly stupid human being in the entire multivers.
Take a bow there, Obamadork.
This isn’t really satire. The White House has made it clear that Sebellius won’t be reprimanded let alone prosecuted for her criminal act. Join the club, b!tch. Where’s Eric Holder?? Busy at the document SHREDDERS?
This satire isn’t , it is the truth... and it explains why we needed to have Todd Akins back.
Wheres Eric Holder?? Busy at the document SHREDDERS?
He’ll have almost 2 1/2 months to do that work... right now he’s busy co-ordinating with the DNC how to best support their post election vote manipulation and recount effort.
So where is Hatch’s outcry on this or any other Senator???
Your just putting their real thoughts out there, its more of a parody of sanity
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