Tuesday, June 1, 2010

GOP Wants Investigation Into Sestak Job Bribe

U.S. President Barack Obama: hey you, want a job?

Apparently senior Democrats so wanted Republican defector, Arlen Specter, to win his Senate race in Pennsylvania so badly, it is being stated, U.S. President Barack Obama, via his Chief-of-Staff, Rahm Emanuel and supposedly, former President, Bill Clinton, offered rival, Joe Sestak, a high ranking job within his administration to drop out of the race. Sestak declined and won the Senate race.

It is a federal crime to offer financial inducement or any promise of personal of gain, in exchange for political activity. According to political strategist, Dick Morris, these are impeachable offenses, the President has committed. What was Obama thinking. Sending an emissary, does not relieve him of culpability.

The GOP is calling for an FBI investigation. However, it should be noted, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, is a prostitute for any sitting President, the rich and famous, hence the U.S. economy being in the toilet, while he has allowed criminals to get away with crime for years. Wave the right bribe in front of Mueller and he will hide and cover up evidence and suppress cases.

FBI Director Robert S. Mueller: count my fingers, that's how many zeros it will take

Others are calling for a grand jury to convene and demanding a special investigator, regarding Obama's conduct towards Sestak and the illegality of it.

Title 18 of the U.S. Code, Section 600 states, "Whoever directly or indirectly promises any employment, position, compensation, contract, appointment, or other benefit for any political activity or for the support of or opposition to any candidate or any political party in connection with any general or special election to any political office...shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both."

The Hatch Act also states employees of the Executive Branch are forbidden from abusing their, "Official authority of influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election."