Saturday, May 29, 2010

The Politicking Behind an Offer to a Specter Foe

"The politicking" according to the New York Times (favorite birdcage and kitty litter liner of thousands of pet owners) is more properly called The Chicago Way.  Congressman Sestak's brother was contacted before the announcement by the Obama Regime to ensure that their respective stories were coordinated; but it's hard to believe that it was little more than an offer that Congressman Sestak couldn't refuse.  Now the question in everyone's mind is what was this second offer that Sestak just can't refuse?

And as much discomfort as Obama and his Regime are feeling over the questions in this matter, Congressman Sestak is in an an even more untenable position.  He is either telling the truth or he is lying.  If he's telling the truth we could well be looking at a serious shake-up in the Regime in the coming months or even an impeachment proceeding once the question is answered: "What did the President know and when did he know it?"  If he's lying he will have to convince the people of Pennsylvania that they should elect him and send a known liar to the Senate.  (Something that has been done before, I assure you.)

Congressman Sestak faces another dilemma in this matter.  Most of his adult life was spent in the Navy and he retired as an Admiral which would seem to indicate that he was an honorable officer and a gentleman and therefore would not lie.  We know that the late John Murtha was very much able to overcome his professional military training as a Marine officer but the question remains: Did Congressman Sestak lie to bolster his campaign against Arlen Spector or will he lie with the aplomb of a seasoned politician to protect Obama and the Regime?  What will he do?

And then there's the question of whether or not we can believe what Bill Clinton is saying.  A known perjurer, would he lie?

I know what I would do and what I think about the others, but your guess is as good as mine when it comes to Sestak.

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