Thursday, April 22, 2010

The Blagojevich Subpoena: Redactions Revealed

This is pretty funny. Obama may be subpoenaed to appear in the case of ex Governor Rod Blagojevich. The subpoena was posted online with portions referring to Obama redacted out. Unfortunately, the redactions were done in such a way that they became visible after a simple cut and paste action. (Accident?  Methinks not).

Here is what we learn from the redactions:
- Obama may have lied about conversations with convicted fraudster Tony Rezko.
- Obama may have overtly recommended Valerie Jarret for his Senate seat.
 - A supporter of President Obama may have offered quid pro quo on a Jarrett senate appointment.
 - Obama maintained a list of good Senate candidates.
-  Rahm Emanuel allegedly floated Cheryl Jackson's name for the Senate seat.
  - Obama had a secret phone call with Blagojevich. 

Click here to read the full details of each revelation. From what we learn, it seems like the worst Team Obama may have to worry about is explaining some conflicts from his original statements. Particularly #6.

Via: NBC Chicago


Fuzzy Slippers said...

If these are true, they are impeachable offenses.

Janelle said...

This is truly the most murky past and present history we have on any President. Everything about his past is under wraps. I believe he was born in Hawaii, but the dual citizenship thing disqualifies him. This is not a modest man, so again why is his background sealed up tighter than a 14th century virgin?

Anonymous said...

Why shouldn't Obama testify? The entire case revolves around "the Obama Senate Seat" (as if BHO owned it). Obama is central to the entire case!

Furthermore, I firmly believe that the Blagojevich wiretap was aborted prematurely (before any money could change hands) just to avoid catching Obama on tape.

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