A 1-In-100 Blogger: May 2010

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Obama Administration and Joe Sestak's Job Offer

Is there a political scandal brewing? Joe Sestak's job offer from the Obama administration is being called by many sources 'Jobsgate'. There's a growing awareness about the Jobsgate scandal where someone in the Obama Administration offered Congressman Joe Sestak a federal job in exchange for his withdrawal from the primary against incumbent U.S. Senator Arlen Specter.

If the allegations were true, the unknown question to be answered is simple: Who knew what when?

I guess we'll just have to wait for Obama's 'official' explanation on the alleged Sestak job offer, which is coming 'shortly', only months after Congressman Joe Sestak admitted that the Obama administration offered him a job in exchange for political favors.


To be continued....waiting on the 'official' explanation. No matter if it's a truth or lie, apparently we will get an explanation straight from the source; we will hear it from The One.

Did You Plug the Hole Yet, Daddy?

Did you plug the hole yet, daddy? Mr. President, Barack Obama, the oil spill is a disaster and your leadership is nowhere to be found. This live video feed of the oil spill shows us the answer to my question: Nope.

Obama, the oil spill is still spewing oil, and nobody's in charge of cleanup after more than a month of lackluster relief for this environmental disaster.


On to other things: I've been waaaay busy lately, thus the delay in new blog entries. My economy got better! After months of no luck job-hunting upon graduating with a bachelors degree from the University of Washington, I finally found a great job!

First, I worked in a supervisor position as a Crew Leader for the Census. I'll share more stories on that soon enough. What I can say is that I felt like I made a positive difference, knowing full well that taxpayer dollars were funding the Constitutionally mandated, necessary Census operation. About a month later, I got a much better job in the private industry working on salary. Funny how it seems like you're much more employable if you have a job. I can see why, though.

Anyhow, as my new routine settles down I'll be able to find more time for better blog entries. Barack Obama's oil spill, as a leaderless environmental disaster, I guess it reached its point where I had to comment on it.