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By Carole on Oct 28, 2010
The rumors have been swirling for months and have been denied multiple times but now it has been confirmed there was a plan by Democrats to persuade US Representative Kendrick Meek (D-Florida) to drop out of his Senate race and throw his support behind former Republican Charlie Crist. In the center of this desperate attempt to stave off the election of Republican Marco Rubio is former President Bill Clinton, the same bagman who offered an Obama administration job to Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) if he would drop out of his primary race against Senator Arlen Specter (D-Pennsylvania).
By Carole on Aug 19, 2010
In the latest chapter of the 'Did the Obama Administration Try To Bribe Joe Sestak?' story, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has called on the Justice Department to investigate. In a letter to the Attorney General, Mr. Steele calls for an immediate investigation so that voters "can have full confidence that our elections are not tampered with and that those in the highest positions of power do not for political purposes abuse the office with which they are entrusted."
By Carole on Jul 14, 2010
Perennial swing state Pennsylvania is making a slow and steady turn to the right this election season. Fueled by dismal approval ratings for their current Democratic governor and senator and a strong backlash against President Barack Obama's handling of the immigration issue, voters in the Keystone State are sounding off against the Obama party and the Obama agenda and they're putting their money where their mouths are.
By Carole on Jun 18, 2010
The possible violation of federal law by the Obama administration also known as 'the Sestak issue' has been pushed out of the media spotlight recently by the much larger 'oil spill in the Gulf issue'. But a new development is bringing renewed interest to whether the White House offered US Representative and Senate candidate Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) a job if he would drop out of his Democratic primary race.
By Carole on Jun 6, 2010
Over the past two weeks what President Barack Obama dubbed "the Sestak issue" has focused national attention on the shady (and possibly illegal) backroom dealing by the current administration. But what has garnered little attention until now is the effect the issue has had on Representative Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) himself.