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    Thumbs down Bill Clinton talked to Sestak about unpaid job if he dropped bid...

    Here is what is being said about the Sestak issue now...

    Bill Clinton talked to Sestak about unpaid job if he dropped bid - Yahoo! News
    1 hr 35 mins ago

    At the request of President Obama's chief of staff, former President Bill Clinton asked Joe Sestak if he would drop out of Pennsylvania's Democratic Senate primary if given a prominent but unpaid advisory position within the administration.
    That's what sources told the New York Times' Peter Baker on Friday morning, as the White House prepared to release its official response to Sestak's claim that a White House job was dangled before him as inducement to pull the plug on his primary challenge to incumbent Arlen Specter. The White House has since released its counsel's findings on the matter, confirming that Clinton spoke to Sestak.

    Smells like dirty pool...

    Peace...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    Here is what is being said about the Sestak issue now...

    Bill Clinton talked to Sestak about unpaid job if he dropped bid - Yahoo! News
    1 hr 35 mins ago

    At the request of President Obama's chief of staff, former President Bill Clinton asked Joe Sestak if he would drop out of Pennsylvania's Democratic Senate primary if given a prominent but unpaid advisory position within the administration.
    That's what sources told the New York Times' Peter Baker on Friday morning, as the White House prepared to release its official response to Sestak's claim that a White House job was dangled before him as inducement to pull the plug on his primary challenge to incumbent Arlen Specter. The White House has since released its counsel's findings on the matter, confirming that Clinton spoke to Sestak.

    Smells like dirty pool...

    Peace...
    Hopefully they will get to the full story. Don't forget that Clinton was impeached for lying under oath, remember Monica. I am surprised that they are admitting the request came from the chief of staff. That still places the issue in the White House, a major infraction of the law. Bribery is an impeachable offense. Unless we get a Washington Post type of investigative reporting, not likely this will go very far.

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    Looks like their excuse will be "everyone does it". I imagine every Democrat does it, because if a Conservative did it the media would hound them out of office pretty quickly.

    As it is only Fox has been the big national outlet to cover this heavily for the last week, finally some of the liberal outlets are picking it up a bit. Obama's Justice Dept. has already refused to investigate, which shows how they thought it would just die a quick death.

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    Horse Manure...

    They really had to put their heads together to come up with this lame story. How stupid do they think we are?

    A retired Navy Admiral involving himself in this dishonest scheme is DISGRACEFUL and shows his lack of integrity. In my Marine Corprs Officer Candidate School, displaying poor integrity resulted in immediate dismissal from the school. It is considered the most important aspect of leadership.

    The only reason that they got Bill Clinton involved is that he has nothing to lose.

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    What would one expect from a lying whore dog. It's a win-win for the DNC and Mao in the White-house......AGAIN, the ability to promulgate propaganda to the NTH degree is the only reason our Government was taken over. That and the RINO's that succumb to Socialist ways.

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    The Clintons need to just forget about politics. Neither of them can keep out of trouble.

    Personally, I wish both of them would just find a house, somewhere in AK and sit by a fireplace and shut up.

    And, if you believe anybody in their right mind would take an UNPAID postition to drop out of the race, then your swallowing all the Kool Aid this Administration can dish out.

    Geeez, these bumpkins still think we are not informed, nor can read between the lines for ourselves.
    "When a government robs Peter to pay Paul it will alway's have the support of Paul" George Bernard Shaw

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    What's the big deal, this is Chicago politics at it's finest.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Ropadope View Post
    The Clintons need to just forget about politics. Neither of them can keep out of trouble.

    Personally, I wish both of them would just find a house, somewhere in AK and sit by a fireplace and shut up.

    And, if you believe anybody in their right mind would take an UNPAID postition to drop out of the race, then your swallowing all the Kool Aid this Administration can dish out.

    Geeez, these bumpkins still think we are not informed, nor can read between the lines for ourselves.
    Apparrently doesn't matter if it was a paid or unpaid position. I don't think that their statement helped at all. This will not likely go anywhere unless congress is overwhelmingly GOP in November. The fox is in control of th hen house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ropadope View Post
    The Clintons need to just forget about politics. Neither of them can keep out of trouble.

    Personally, I wish both of them would just find a house, somewhere in AK and sit by a fireplace and shut up.

    And, if you believe anybody in their right mind would take an UNPAID postition to drop out of the race, then your swallowing all the Kool Aid this Administration can dish out.

    Geeez, these bumpkins still think we are not informed, nor can read between the lines for ourselves.
    I don't think they think much about what WE CITIZENS think. They don't care, and that is what is the scariest scenario possible. The government has become so currupt that they don't even give a damn weather or not they just bald face lie. It has almost got to the point where this country will fall with all of this curruption. We don't, or most of us Americans don't, really see how fragile our existence is. The majority that don't get this point will bring the whole damn thing down. That same majority is what put these wing dings in office this time around. It makes me puke!

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