Saturday, June 5, 2010

Obama's Illegal Job Practices

U.S. President Barack Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama is in trouble over attempts to bribe numerous politicians into not running for office, to clear the way for his Democratic party favorites to win seats and maintain a majority in Congress, which would enable him to ram through legislation without bipartisan chatter.

He is accused of attempting to bribe politicians Sestak and Romanoff with high ranking jobs within his administration, using intermediaries to do his bidding. This practice is a blatant violation of U.S. law, which is an impeachable offense.

Similar, alleged misconduct by President Obama is also at the heart of the Rod Blagojevich criminal case, where the two discussed job offers in exchange for political favors.

Rod Blagojevich

The aforementioned constitute three high profile incidents of such misconduct. It appears Mr. Obama has a problem in this area and is consistently attempting to flout the law in a political pay for play scheme that is inappropriate and illegal.

Obama is certainly not the first President to engage in such conduct. However, it does not excuse it, as he is meant to be setting an example. It should not be politics as usual.

Obama's wealthy campaign donors have also been given cushy jobs within his administration and in other branches of the U.S. government, some of which they simply are not qualified for, under the circumstances.

Obama under fire for election tactics with Sestak, Romanoff

6/3/2010 - WASHINGTON — The White House on Thursday dismissed charges that President Obama's top aides have breached his pledge to run the most ethical and open administration in history by trying to entice Democrats in Pennsylvania and Colorado to skip races against favored incumbents.

Some Republicans, including House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio, are demanding an independent investigation of what they call inappropriately heavy-handed politics...