Skip to comments.Jamie Gorelick represents BP at Obama meeting! Whaat?
Posted on 06/16/2010 10:13:59 AM PDT by John S Mosby
Snip- The oil giant brought its top brass, and even came armed with a top Clinton administration Justice Department official, Jamie Gorelick, whose name was floated as a possible attorney general pick for Obama. The White House side of the conference table in the Roosevelt Room was stacked: Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, five Cabinet secretaries, Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, Attorney General Eric Holder and top presidential advisors. Both sides had their lawyers on hand.
Obama was scheduled to spend 20 minutes in the meeting. He entered the room with an entourage: Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and her coordinator for claims oversight, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, Energy Secretary Steven Chu, Commerce Secrertary Gary Locke, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff, and senior advisor Valerie Jarrett.
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This is just peachy-f*cking keen.....
Yeah, Obama couldn’t be bothered to actually participate in the meeting...
He is there for 20 minutes merely so he can say that he met with them.
Gorelick's book "Destruction of Evidence"
On Aug. 22, 1996, just before the Democratic National Convention,
Ms. Gorelick oversaw a critical Justice Department meeting with the FBI.
Immediately after this meeting, as it happened,
all serious inquiry into the fate of TWA 800 came to an end.
Berger purloined all draft revisions of a key critique of the government's response
to the millennium terrorism threat, a document that detailed Administration knowledge
and inaction regarding al Qaeda presence in the U.S. in 1999
and 2000. Stolen were crucial notes in the margins of these drafts
which reveal the thinking and agendas of the
Clinton Administration relating to the mounting terrorist threat.
Washington Post, "Berger Quits as Advisor to Kerry", Susan Schmidt
Berger was not qualified as NSA.
He was a millionaire lawyer and lobbyist with a career centered on expanding trade with China.
Tom Laughlin, http://www.billyjack.com/jung/08_politics/articles/990515_spy.html
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh opined that
Burger was a public-relations hack, interested in how something would play in the press .
The New Yorker, per http://www.nationalreview.com/lowry/lowry200311030753.asp
Dick Morris noted Berger seemed to work overtime
at opposing tough measures against terror,
advising vetoes of legislation aimed at crippling Iranian terror funding
and working to block antiterror sanctions.
Wall Street Journal, "While Clinton Fiddled", Dick Morris
Since now I know that BP has hired GoreLick(sic), I’m into the BP station boycott.
Kinda hard to distinguish sides in this since they all have their fingers in the same pie.
That is absolutely unbelievable. They should just have Bill Clinton and Obama meet for 20 mintues, send some TARP funds to each other’s bank accounts and then head out for a round of golf. Save Jamie “The Wall” the wear and tear.
Amazing that she is involved in EVERY debacle.
She is Satan’s concubine.
Maybe she can do for BP what she did for Fanny Mae
Hang BP and the administration.
(In a nice way, that is.)
Zelig-like in her uncanny ability to show up wherever disaster afflicts this country.
Is this the same Jamie that opened the door for 9/11 to happen?
C&T legislation BP itself helped author.
Did she build a wall down the middle of the table?
she’s there to make sure some dots are REMOVED
I smell a fish.. Does BP stand for “Bilderberg Petroleum”?
These government elites are total (*&%(*&^(&*.
I bet the Obama admin placed her there for the upcoming show trials.
BP will want to make their investments in alternative energy pay off, and the best way is to have the government mandate or subsidize them, and for that to happen all the players must remember their lines and cues.
Anyone who would hire her for honest work would be unaware of her history, and I think that’s not the case here.
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