Friday, May 28, 2010

White House Asked Bill Clinton to Urge Sestak to Drop Out of Senate Race

Is what he did a crime?  Well, I suppose that would depend on what the definition of "is" is.  Bill Clinton has the uncanny ability to peer out at the world from under whatever bus he happens to be under and with a quivering lip win absolution for his sins so we'll have to see what happens next.

But this time it isn't his sins but the sins of the man who threw him under the Obamalines Bus; and it's high time that a Special Counsel was appointed to investigate this issue.  The crime is a felony and offering an "unpaid" advisory position in the White House in exchange for not running against Arlen Spector in the Pennsylvania Democrat Primary is not really believable.  Being a Congressman is one thing and I suppose that being a Congressman who can, on rare occasion, attend a meeting at the White House as an advisor is a slight bump-up but being a Senator trumps both.  Six years vs. two and a club limited to just 100 rather than the huge herd in the House are significantly more enticing than the alleged offer.

What is hilarious about all this is that the fall guy for the greatest liar of the 21st century is one of the great liars of the 20th century.  I'm sure if she were alive today my mother would come out with the "birds of a feather" line and she would be correct.  Oh yes, she would be correct.

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