Sestak Was Bribed! (Except He Wasn’t; Oh Wells)

100518_sestak_thumbs_up_rtrs_328Well, the whole story has finally come out and it’s boring as hell. It goes like this:

The White House got Bill Clinton to gauge Sestak’s interest in “a prominent, but unpaid, advisory position,” because Chicago gang-bangin’ thug Rahm Emanuel, dancer, didn’t want Sestak leaving the House of Representatives.

The White House will soon release a memo from Emanuel to President Clinton instructing the former president to ask Joe Sestak about his intentions in the senate race.

Damn, that’s boring.

Here’s the way we, under the guise of a commentator, say, virtually hanging at the Free Republic or Human Events, would really put it (because the lamestream media isn’t reporting the whole story! Probably!):

THIS IS 1 OF MANYMANY CRIMES OF BHUSENOBAMA, THE KENYAN…USING A DEAD MANS SOCIAL SCURITY #,,,,, A FAKE BIRTH CERTIFICATE,,,,CHICAGO THUG POLITICS AND SECRET MUSLIM!!!!…SOCIAL FACISM…HE HATES WHITE MEN LOL!!!……HE WILL SEE HIS FATE IN NOVEMBER 2012 OBAMAS WATERVGATE

There. Much better.

And, for the record, this has been making its rounds online. Is there still time to impeach His Holiness, Dr. Ronald Reagan, Esq., Ph.D.?

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3 Responses to “ Sestak Was Bribed! (Except He Wasn’t; Oh Wells) ”

  1. Nathaniel says:

    18 USC 595: “Whoever, being a person employed in any administrative position by the United States [...] uses his official authority for the purpose of interfering with, or affecting, the nomination or the election of any candidate for the [...] Member of the Senate [...] shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.”

    18 USC 600: “Whoever, directly or indirectly, promises any employment, position, compensation, [...] or other benefit [...] for any political activity or for the support of or opposition to any candidate [...] in connection with any primary [...] shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.”

  2. MaxPower - The Name you Want to Touch But Mustn't Touch - says:

    I like the inclusion of the Reagan story. So are both “boring”, run-of-the-mill politics and non-news (ie, “phony outrage” as some bloggers might put it) or “is there still time to impeach… Reagan [and Obama]“? I hope the former: my Reagan shrine really pulls the room together.

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