White House Misses Deadline on Inquiry About Sestak Scandal, Call for Special Prosecutor Likely

The White House counsel’s office failed to meet an already extended deadline for answering questions from House Republicans about Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.), who had said the White House offered him a high-level administration job in exchange for his not running against Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.) in the Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary.

Legal experts and members of Congress have said that if the White House made the quid pro quo job offer to Sestak, it could constitute a federal crime. Specter, a former district attorney, said it could constitute bribery.  SOURCE

When in history has the White House committed so many crimes without being held accountable. Obama really think that he is above the laws of America and can do anything including bribery. We have to vote the dictator Barack Obama and the democrats out of Washington D.C. and take our Country back.
I suggest we all find a Tea Party to join in our area.

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One comment on “White House Misses Deadline on Inquiry About Sestak Scandal, Call for Special Prosecutor Likely

  1. Tea Pot Dome Scandal caused the President to lose reelection. With or without scandals, the die has been cast for the losing end of Prez B.O.

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