Obama says he had “no contact” with Governor Blagoyevich. If you believe that lie then you are either the most gullible person on God’s green earth or your just another brain dead Obama zombie. How long can the Obama media keep covering for this liar?
Here are some pictures of contact between Obama and Blagojevich after the election. Do you really think they did not discuss the price his Senate seat? Blago on tape is furious at Obama because he would not pay him 1 million. I wonder how much he was willing to pay for Jarrett?
This photo was found on the governor’s own web site. It has since been taken down! I wonder what they are having an in depth “no contact” discussion about? The price of tea in China?
Here is another photo taken Dec 2 2008 showing more “no contact” between the two corrupt Democrats from Illinois.
I guess we will have to get into the Bill Clinton parsing of words to get to Obama’s meaning of “no contact.” It just depends on what “the meaning of is is.” A careful study of words will reveal that Obama modified his first statement of denial.
The first Obama lie was “uh.. I had no contact with uh… the governor or his office.. uh.. so I was not aware of what was happening.”
The second Obama lie was modified to be more ambiguous a denial and yet leave the door open for one of his lackey’s taking the fall for him. That will most likely end up being the liar Rahm. The following excerpt clearly shows that Rahm had a number of meetings with Blago.
Rahm Emanuel, President-elect Barack Obama’s pick to be White House chief of staff, had conversations with Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s administration about who would replace Obama in the U.S. Senate, the Tribune has learned.
The revelation does not suggest Obama’s new gatekeeper was involved in any talk of dealmaking involving the seat. But it does help fill in the gaps surrounding a question that Obama was unable or unwilling to answer this week: Did anyone on his staff have contact with Blagojevich about his choice for the Senate seat? …
One source confirmed that communications between Emanuel and the Blagojevich administration were captured on court-approved wiretaps.
Another source said that contact between the Obama camp and the governor’s administration regarding the Senate seat began the Saturday before the Nov. 4 election, when Emanuel made a call to the cell phone of Harris. The conversation took place around the same time press reports surfaced about Emanuel being approached about taking the high-level White House post should Obama win.
Emanuel delivered a list of candidates who would be “acceptable” to Obama, the source said. On the list were Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, Illinois Veterans Affairs director Tammy Duckworth, state Comptroller Dan Hynes and U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Chicago, the source said. All are Democrats.
Sometime after the election, Emanuel called Harris back to add the name of Democratic Atty. Gen. Lisa Madigan to the approved list, the source said.