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White House Used Bill Clinton to Ask Sestak to Drop Out of Race

• NY Times
President Obama’s chief of staff used former President Bill Clinton as an intermediary to see if Representative Joe Sestak would drop out of Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate primary if given a prominent, but unpaid, advisory position, the White House said on Friday.

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Comment by Maddawg Mcclowski
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 "Offered a Prominent Unpaid Position" Hmmmm .....alot of thoughts come to mind and I'm wondering If Knee Pads would be required?

Comment by Powell Gammill
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See if it is unpaid it ain't a felony.  It just depends on what the definition of unpaid is.  I know I would have eagerly sought an unpaid prominent position in Obama's Administration, wouldn't you?  I am sure there are plenty of such position lying around.


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