Skip to comments.The Silence of the Sestak: The Big Me involved?; Update: WH memo released
Posted on 05/28/2010 9:20:33 AM PDT by RobinMasters
With the political world holding its breath for the Friday-afternoon document dump containing the Obama White House response to the Joe Sestak scandal, Greg Sargent gets a sneak peek at the possible defense. The Obama administration will say that it asked Bill Clinton to conduct informal talks with Sestak to determine his political ambitions, which Sestak then mischaracterized afterward:
Senior White House advisers asked former President Bill Clinton to talk to Joe Sestak about whether he was serious about running for Senate, and to feel out whether hed be open to other alternatives, according to sources familiar with the situation.
But the White House maintains that the Clinton-Sestak discussions were informal, according to the sources. The White House, under pressure to divulge the specifics of its interactions with Sestak, will release a formal statement later today outlining their version of events, including Clintons involvement.
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The only ? is, WILL RAHM LIE under OATH?
Would they try to argue that a bank robber asking nicely for all the cash in the till isn't a crime?
Well, Joe, did you mischaracterize what you were told? Or did the Bamster’s lawyers?
Wow, if this is the best defense they can muster up I’d better go to the store and stock up on some popcorn!!
But they are saying it was an UNPAID advisory position...therefore NO JOB!! WHO THE HELL WOULD BELIEV THIS???
This stinks. What relationship has Clinton with Sestak? Why not use Rendell or Casey? Again, I ask why Clinton, who doesn’t give a damn about Obama? What is the Clinton paytoff?
LOL...they really think we're idiots to try to float that story.
I’m with you. If the administration had spent as much time researching the Gulf problem as it’s spent concocting an utterly innocent scenario for Sestak, we’d all be swimming and fishing off the southern coast.
If it’s in a WH memo it must be true right?. /s
Yeah, that's the ticket...
Getting a disgraced x-president that lost his law license for 5 years due to perjury, is not going to help when sworn under oath to tell the truth.