Post Tagged with: "Rep. Joe Sestak"

August 13, 2010 05:35

Clinton Denies White House Version of Jobsgate Scandal

Former President Bill Clinton, campaigning this week for Pennsylvania Democratic Senate nominee Joe Sestak, has been caught on video contradicting the Obama White House official statement on the Jobsgate scandal. Not once. Not twice. But three times.

May 29, 2010 10:38

Bill Clinton was White House front man for Sestak bribe

Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) confirmed on the steps of the Capitol on Friday that former President Bill Clinton did call him last summer about a “presidential board” appointment if he didn’t jump into the Senate Democratic primary versus new Democratic Sen. Arlen Specter (Pa.).

Sestak told reporters that had not previously brought up Clinton’s involvement when alleging that he was offered a job by the White House because he “honestly didn’t feel that it was right” to bring the former president into it.

May 27, 2010 04:14

Drumbeat grows louder: GOP senators call for Sestak special prosecutor

But who really believes Eric Holder who passed on the Black Panther voter intimidation case, calls Arizona immigration law unconstitutional without even reading it and mirandizes terrorists will do anything that might make this administration look bad.

May 14, 2010 06:34

Specter Abandoned by Obama, Imploding In Pa. Senate Race

After abandoning the party he called home for decades to save his senate seat, Sen. Arlen Specter is now being abandoned by the president who helped woo him into the Democratic Party. President Obama isn’t traveling to Pennsylvania to campaign for him, and his once sizeable lead over Rep. Joe Sestak in the state’s Democratic primary next Tuesday has vanished.

May 11, 2010 06:10

Specter loses lead week before primary

Mr. Sestak, a two-term congressman and a former admiral running as “the real Democrat,” has steadily closed the gap and last week edged into the lead for the first time.

February 20, 2010 06:49

Sestak bribe attempt amplifies questions about Obama political operation

Rep. Joe Sestak’s admission that the White House tried to lure him out of a primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter made Pennsylvania the fifth state this cycle in which the Obama administration has tried unsuccessfully to clear the field for Democratic senate candidates.