Second Thing. Democratic Senatorial candidate to Pennsylvania, Joe Sestak, testifies that he was approached by the White House with an offer to leave the Senate primary race against Arlen Specter. The White House says it used Bill Clinton to tempt Sestak with some advisory committee to leave a Senate race. This seems obvious that it isn't true. I don't think I need to explain. They tried to bribe him to leave the race with something that would make him want to leave it. A powerless advisory position doesn't seem possible.
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Two Things in the Realm of Current Events that Seem Obvious
First Thing. United Nations and hundreds of nations independently castigate Israel for her recent incident on the ship traveling to Gaza. Israel's military was responding to obvious provocation. On the other hand, they say nothing about North Korea's unprovoked sinking of a South Korean ship, killing 46. This indicates at least rampant and widespread anti-semitism all over the world. It also relates directly to the new way the United States, this present administration, is handling Israel. This also shows how obviously ridiculous the United Nations is.