12/28/2008

Did Obama "unwittingly" help Blagojevich's corruption efforts?

The WSJ has this:

Reform Law Might Have Aided Blagojevich Scheme
A 2003 Illinois Good-Governance Measure Supported by Obama Apparently Backfired in Hospital-Construction Scandal

By JOHN R. EMSHWILLER and CHRISTOPHER COOPER
DECEMBER 27, 2008

President-elect Barack Obama helped enact an Illinois good-government reform measure while serving as a state senator in 2003 that appeared to inadvertently have aided Gov. Rod Blagojevich in an alleged corruption scheme involving hospital construction. . . . .

There is no indication that President-elect Obama was involved in any hospital board wrongdoing. But his role in the legislation shows how he became a useful, though apparently unwitting, ally to Mr. Blagojevich's alleged schemes, sometimes conducted under the "reform" slogan that both men regularly invoked. . . . .

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Blogger 1 said...

Now we have the WSJ running interference for the messiah?!?!

"There is no indication that President-elect Obama was involved in any hospital board wrongdoing. But his role in the legislation shows how he became a useful, though apparently unwitting, ally to Mr. Blagojevich's alleged schemes, sometimes conducted under the "reform" slogan that both men regularly invoked.

After the passage of the law, Mr. Obama received $15,500 in campaign donations from three hospital-board members who since have been identified by prosecutors as participants in the alleged abuses
"

Who's kidding who here?

This clown's career is all about corruption...

Source confirmed Obama is the unnamed "political candidate" referred to in document which outlines case against Rezko

Obama’s $100,000 garden grant wasted, Obama corruption, Chicago Suntimes, July 11, 2008, Illinois state senator, $100,000 state grant, Obama and corrupt grants

Illinois Senate President Emil Jones Jr. was Obama's kingmaker

12/28/2008 3:45 AM  
Blogger SSB1173 said...

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12/28/2008 7:43 AM  

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