Saturday, October 30, 2010

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. "buffeted by political controversy"?

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., whose career and personal life have been buffeted by political controversy in recent months, said Monday he would not run for Chicago mayor in 2011.

I guess when the newspapers like you, and are afraid of your father, they say "buffeted by political controversy" rather than "caught on tape trying to bribe a governor into appointing you to the senate" or "caught conducting an affair on government time with government money".

By the way, in case you forgot - - Little Jesse was one of those who said Bill's infidelity barred Hillary from consideration for public office. Somehow, I doubt Jesse and his wife will now resign their public offices.

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