Monday, June 07, 2010

E Mails Were From the White House

In answer to a couple of excited comments from readers, let me say loudly and clearly:

Do not expect U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to abort his protection of the New Black Panther Party felons who bungled their attack on a free election in 2008, to press a Special Prosecutor investigation of "JobGate".

Slobber Bobby Gibbs has successfully stonewalled inquiries so far by airily defining the apparent attempted briberies as low-key, discussions by White House staffers with two candidates the White House wanted OUT of competition for senate seats this year.

In one case, former rear admiral Bob Sestak, now a congressman running for the senate from Pennsylvania was offered a "non-job" by his former boss, ex-president Bill Clinton, whereby he could serve on a security advisory board to the White House.

Funny (read that as peculiar) things. (1) The job paid nothing, AND (2) Sestak would not have been eligible for it anyway, if he kept his day job as a congressman.

Now, we have another fact that moves all this job-trading-and-trafficking into a certain actionable area

Andrew Romanoff, running in the Democrat primary in Colorado against incumbent Senatoir Bennett (Obama's choice) says he had THREE jobs dangled before him by deputy White House Chief of Staff Jim Messina.

Until now, both Romanoff and press conduit Gibbs framed the talks as non-promising, non-guaranteeing casual phone calls.

But there was an E Mail, too! The sending address wasa redacted when it was revealed, allowing the ever-sycophatic left leaning media to assume it was sent from a political site.

It WAS, after all, political in nature, right ?

But now it is reported Romanoff admits the E Mail was from a White House account.

Let me just say here, that catapults thewhole JobGate inquiry into another legal sphere.

But, to drown in redundancy... further investigation and adjudication is in suspension and abeyance until, maybe, 2011.

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