Monday, May 31, 2010

Hey There, Wanna Buy a Bridge

For anyone out there who believes the story put out by the White House, after months of stonewalling, about its offering a job to  Joe Sestak if  would get out of the Pennsylvania primary race in which he went on to defeat Arlen Specter and became the Democrat candidate for the U.S. Senate, I'd like to do a deal or any number of deals with you for a bridge or anything else you'd like to buy from me.

After months of delay the Obama administration investigated and -- surprise, surprise -- cleared itself of any wrongdoing, and put out a simple and obviously concocted explanation. They of course needed the time to get all the participants in line to support the ludicrous cover story they spewed out for public consumption. The nerve that the Obamatists displayed by trying to get by with this while maintaining a straight face -- at least in public -- is awesome.

Is this a great country or what? Anyone who buys the obviously fabricated explanation is one of the people that P. T. Barnum was talking about when he observed that there's a sucker born every minute.

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