Cover-Up Uncovers More Allegations

Last year Joe Sestak told America he had been offered a job to drop out of the Senate primary that pitted him against Arlen Specter. Sestak, when asked about the job offer, never varied in what he said. His accounts were identical and, according to him, involved multiple (that means more than one) overtures from the Obama regime. The allegations resulted in an absolute denial from the White House:

A White House spokesman this morning strongly denied an offer had been made to Sestak. Before the spokesman issued the denial, a senior Pennsylvania Democrat said Sestak’s account was met with anger by White House officials yesterday. Philly.com

Strongly denied. This response tells us that an offer had NOT been made. Sestak went on to defeat Specter and the controversy reignited. Obama was asked about it and said that information would soon be released. Within a few days the statement came out and lo and behold, a job offer was made. The White House, despite initial denials, now says a job offer was made but it was a non paying job and that nothing inappropriate happened. If nothing inappropriate happened then why the initial denial? If this was not a problem, why did they have to bring in Clinton to clean up the mess?

The White House is stonewalling efforts to get to the bottom of this as Obama’s toadies circle the wagons and repeat their mantra that there is nothing to see here so we should all move along.

The problem is that this is not the only allegation of a quid pro quo. Late last year it was revealed that Democrat Senate Candidate Andrew Romanoff of Colorado was offered a job if he would leave the primary race. Romanoff was cagey in his responses to the matter (perhaps he understood the illegality better than Sestak) and the matter was forgotten.

Now that the White House has admitted that it did in fact offer Sestak a job and that it lied about doing so, the allegations involving Romanoff have resurfaced. The AP is reporting that its sources in the regime have stated that a job was in fact offered to Romanoff to drop out:

The Obama administration dangled the possibility of a government job for former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff last year in hopes he would forgo a challenge to Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, officials said Wednesday, just days after the White House admitted orchestrating a job offer in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

This is an interesting twist because some are still denying that a job was ever offered. Are we to believe that assertion given that the regime lied about the Sestak offer?

Obama brought Chicago style politics to DC and the thuggery on a national level is not sitting well with the public.

It is against the law to offer a job to someone in exchange for some action that will affect an election. There are several laws that explicitly spell this out and it looks like the Obama regime violated them. Only an independent investigation will bear this out but that idea is meeting resistance. If nothing wrong took place then why object to an independent review of the matter?

If this whole sordid mess that Obama’s regime has been involved in is only business as usual (something he told us would not happen if he were elected) then why is former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich facing many years in prison for shopping the Senate seat Obama held around? All Blago did was shop the seat around to see what deals were out there. He looked for deals that would benefit him.

This is no different than what the Obama regime has been doing. They shopped job offers to get deals they thought benefited them.

While the liberals who fawn over Obama and hang on his every word eagerly anticipating the next bit of brilliance to come from his mouth are rabidly defending him, the American public is looking at the pattern of abuse and lawbreaking that seems to come at an increased rate and it is not happy.

The cover-up of Watergate brought down the Nixon Presidency because the cover-up is always worse than the crime and the cover-up is where people get tripped up.

Obama and his minions are involved in a cover-up.

This will end Sestak’s journey to the Senate and could end up derailing hope and change.

Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog

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2 Responses to “Cover-Up Uncovers More Allegations”

  1. The Obamunists would be in less trouble if they’d offered the dispreferred challengers sex instead of positions in the Administration. The “It’s just sex” excuse got Clinton off, didn’t it?