Another Obama TRUTH.....from the two biggest liars in presidential history.
Doesn't matter, he is the captain of the ship (of state) therefore he is responsible.
AP -- Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Joe Sestak finally admitted today that a former disbarred and disgraced President not actually connected to the current administration offered him the bird whistle from a box of Cracker Jacks in exchange for his not running against Arlen Specter in the Pennsylvania Democratic Senatorial Primary last May. Sestak contended that nothing illegal happened because the bird whistle "did not actually work," and "might have been handed to me during another part of the conversation."
According to a statement released this morning by the Office of the White House Counsel, the former President and admiral were walking down K-street last February chatting offhandedly while Mr. Clinton munched on the delicious snacks. "Joe, this is going to be a very difficult primary -- you might not want to run. Say... is Fort Marcy Park around here anywhere?" The former President found the prize near the bottom of the box, and, attempting to test the bird whistle apparently damaged the membrane. "You want this, Joe? I think it's broken."
Sestak agrees substantially with the WH account, and says that shortly thereafter Mr. Clinton dropped the subject and turned to commenting on the rear-ends of passersby. "The guy is a real horndog," Sestak recalls, "I mean gosh. It was February in DC, with winter coats and everything."
Pressed why he blew such an innocent happenstance into an allegation of bribery and corruption during the primary, Sestak remarked: "It was a Democratic Primary. They'll believe anything, you know? I mean, a government takeover of health care that will actually cover millions of uninsured people and save billions? I mean, COME ON. Anyway, I want to make clear that Mr. Clinton isn't part of this administration, even if his wife is, and just so you all understand, I did not even keep the bird whistle. In fact, I may not even have touched it at all. I barely even glanced at the thing as a matter of fact. So, there were no felonies, and if there were neither I nor any member of the present administration was involved. You can check with the White House. They'll tell you the same thing."
The eerily similar accounts have raised eyebrows in a town not typically esteemed for veracity, since if both parties are saying the same thing, surely it must be the absolute truth. Yet there did seem to be a problem with the timing, with Sestak claiming that the February date was "seared" into his memory, while the WH memo claims the contacts actually occurred in June or July of 2009.
Reached for comment later on the timing, Admiral Sestak seemed to back away somewhat from his earlier certainty. "What did I say? February? I've got a terrible memory for dates. If the White House claimed it was June it was probably June. Did I mention I was a three star Admiral who was only interested in serving the working families of Pennsylvania? Well I am. Could've been June. June... maybe July."
How many months are involved in recent days?