Sunday, May 30, 2010

Nixonian Saturday Night Massacre on Sestak?

L'Affaire Sestak: Anyone wondering why White House counsel Greg Craig inexplicably resigned last year? And Deputy Counsel followed on May 7th?

Well, at the time we thought it was because of the can't close Gitmo debacle.

Doug's Sestak timeline here.

Greg Craig was one of President Clinton's lawyers during impeachment proceedings. Perhaps he recognized the import of the Sestak dealings. I do think he is a lawyer of integrity, even though he is a huge leftist. He is also a Quaker. It is possible that he did his own Saturday Night Massacre a la Nixon:
The Saturday Night Massacre was the term given by political commentators[1] to U.S. President Richard Nixon's executive dismissal of independent special prosecutor Archibald Cox, and the resignations of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus on October 20, 1973 during the Watergate scandal.[2]
Our President Barack Obama brought in yet another Chicago Way minion as his White House counsel. His insularity--and culpability? is complete.

More. Issa and Rendell on FoxNews Sunday. Video. An offer in Illinois? We know about Colorado.

...and did Bill Clinton really make the offer. What was in it for him. I mean really. Does he want to be back in the White House with Hillary next round? (Hell, yeah, he'll sleep in the Lincoln bedroom. With pleasure.)

It's also not believable that Bill Clinton held a conversation that lasted less than one minute.
Sestak now says all Clinton offered him was a cigar.
Previous posts: Sestak, Rahm, Bubba, I can see a gusher from my house, Say it ain't so Joe Sestak, Obama's Blushing Chicago Way Bribe, We knew we could trust Barack after all, Tom Roeser Translates Rahmbo to Sestak, Axelrod Spins Out, JobsGate and ObamaRahmbo Omerta

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