Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Blagojevich inspired ad


1 comment:

Calhoun said...

Blagojevich was vilified by prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. They said he tried to sell a Senate seat. A reporter asked Fitzgerald, "isn't this the usual deal-making that politicians do?" And Fitzgerald said that if someone becomes personally enriched, with cash, or a better job, or a prestigious position, then it is WRONG.

Question : when will Fitzgerald invetsigate the Obama for selling the Sec. of Commerce seat to Bill Richardson? And for selling the Sec. of State seat to Hillary Clinton?

Neither of those two are the most qualified person for the job. They are being rewarded for political favors they did for the Obama.

Richardson dropped out of the race, endorsed the Obama. Clinton endorsed the Obama, campaigned for him, prevented a split in the Party. And the Obama wanted them to be personally enriched with higher paying, more prestigious jobs.

The Obama is no different than Gov. Blagojevich.