There is nothing better than watching lying, corrupt, morally bankrupt politicians like Al Gore and Barack Obama -- the absolute dregs of society -- exposed to the world as lying, corrupt, morally bankrupt people.
You already know all about Al 'Crazed Sex Poodle' Gore.
Now let's talk about our wildly incompetent, totally juvenile, in-over-his-head, Manchurian-President Obama.
The Magic Negro allegedly knew of the plan to award his Illinois Senate seat to his close friend Valerie Jarrett, via a deal with former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
"The president understands that the governor would be willing to make the appointment of Valerie Jarrett as long as he gets what he's asked for. . . . The governor gets the Cabinet appointment he's asked for," Blago's former chief-of-staff John Harris said, explaining a recorded call.
"Harris said Blagojevich came away believing Obama knew what he wanted after having a conversation with a local union representative, who in turn spoke with labor leader Tom Balanoff, with whom Blagojevich met to discuss a Jarrett appointment. Jarrett, now a White House adviser, was seeking the appointment to Obama's Senate seat."This might be news to some stupid people, but is this really surprising that Obama might have known about the jockeying behind the scenes to grab his Senate seat? Hell no, especially given Chicago's well deserved and well chronicled cheating reputation.
Harris also testified that Obama had four successors in mind for his seat -- Jesse Jackson, Jr; Tammy Duckworth; Jan Schakowsky; Dan Hynes -- and those names were delivered by incoming White House chief-of-staff Rahm Emanuel.
Harris testified that both he and Blagojevich were unclear whether the list was authentic, or just a 'political maneuver,' but the very idea that Obama, who at that point was the President-elect of the United States, would deem it appropriate to offer 'suggestions' of names that he would consider 'appropriate' for his former Senate seat underscores possible corruption at the highest level of government and, if true, a complete disdain for democracy in it's purest form.
That disdain for democracy certainly fits the template we're currently seeing in terms of a failing Presidency, extremely unpopular White House policies and sour public opinion.