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Keep Ho Alive [Updated Below]

21 September 2010 @ 21:13

Look, I know that every single member of the House who voted for radical Leftists bills like Obamacare deserves to go down in utter and total ignominious defeat this November.  They all deserve to burn for Eternity in the flame pits of Hell.  However, some not only deserve this, but to have inflicted upon them the greater punishments of having to be the meat in a naked sandwich where the bread is Rosie O’Donnell and Michael Moore.  These are the hucksters and baiters of all types who have spent years playing on the emotions of groups such as minorities and women and homosexuals and every other group the Bolshes have courted and enslaved through outright lies and deceptions.

One of these is Jesse Jackson, Jr., son of the bastard-making, MLK-exploiting, corporate shakedown artist Rev. Jesse Jackson.  He has enjoyed a career of working with his father to blackmail companies like Budweiser and race hustle.

Junior may have gone too far in his actions in the sordid Blagojevich affair.  From the Chicago Sun-TimesNatasha Korecki, Chris Fusco, and Lynn Sweet reporting, we learn:

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. directed a major political fund-raiser to offer former Gov. Rod Blagojevich millions of dollars in campaign cash in return for an appointment to the U.S. Senate, sources said the fund-raiser has told federal authorities.

The allegation by Oak Brook businessman Raghuveer Nayak counters public statements made as recently as last week by Jackson that he never authorized any deal to attempt to buy the Senate seat.

Nayak also told authorities he paid for two airline trips for a “social acquaintance” of the Democratic congressman at Jackson’s request, raising more potential ethical and political problems for Jackson.

The FBI interviewed that acquaintance — a Washington, D.C., restaurant hostess named Giovana Huidobro — about a year ago as part of its corruption probe of Blagojevich. Authorities were trying to determine whether Jackson had asked Nayak to offer Blagojevich campaign cash in exchange for the then-governor appointing Jackson to the seat once held by President Obama, according to sources with knowledge of the probe.

Jackson repeatedly has denied any wrongdoing, including making any offers to Blagojevich in exchange for the Senate-seat appointment.

Nayak, however, has told investigators a different story.

Before he dined with Huidobro and Jackson on Oct. 8, 2008, Nayak said he had a critical conversation with the congressman about the seat while the two were alone. Nayak, also a former Blagojevich fund-raiser, said that Jackson asked him to tell Blagojevich that if the then-governor appointed Jackson to the U.S. Senate, Chicago’s Indian community would raise $1 million for Blagojevich and — after Jackson was appointed — Jackson would raise $5 million for the then-governor.

Please do take the time to click the link above and read the rest of this well-done report.

Six million dollars for a Senate seat…wow….hoist, meet petard.

Being the enterprising soul he is and the creator of Rule 5 [he has a picture of Gionana in a bikini that’s much better than mine], Stacy McCain has looked into the whole ‘social acquaintance’ angle to Junior’s story [like father like son, I guess]:

Now, far be it from me to throw the first stone here.

After all, who are we to judge?

Or more to the point, who are we to make tasteless jokes about Giovana Huidobro and her married (alleged) boyfriend, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Illinois)?

In a later update, Stacy fills us in on Junior’s opponent: Issac Hayes [no idea if he’s related to the late musician] and is attempting to reach the candidate, so expect more updates over at his joint.

After reading up on this gentleman, and considering what a low-life Junior is, I join Stacy in saying:


UPDATE on 22SEP2010 at 1657…

-Big thanks to Stacy McCain for listing this post in his HEADLINES section.

-Over at Frugal Cafe, Vicki was kind enough to complement me and list this posting as part of her terrific aggregation of reportage and commentary on this whole story.  Thanks, Vicki — you’re certainly never frugal with the felicitations.

  1. KingShamus permalink
    22 September 2010 @ 08:13 08:13

    The hottest and yet most corrupt Rule 5 post—EVAH!

  2. 22 September 2010 @ 18:08 18:08

    So Jackson was talking to Nayak about fund raising and possible future appointments over dinner…what was Miss Huidobro’s role in the meeting?

    Could you get away with that at HP?


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