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Feb192013

Rep. Jessie Jackson Jr., Bipolar Victim, Humanitarian, Memorablilia Collector

Funny thing about Democrat Jessie Jackson Jr’s bipolar disorder, it made his wife file doctored IRS records.

That is how bad a case of the BP’s can get.

The Reverend Jackson explains here on a USA Today excuse article about the troubled clan:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/onpolitics/2013/02/18/jesse-jackson-jr-bipolar-campaign-charges/1928595/

The Democrat Jessie Jackson story has been flying way under the radar as most locked down incidences of left wing corruption often do. He was even re-elected, as was US Senator Melendez of New Jersey who was whore hopping beyond his financial means in the Dominican Republic with the help of a campaign donor who has extensive gift giving credentials.

The Representative Jessie Jackson Jr. plea bargain is a good example of the news media working over-time to help soften the conviction blow to what is one of America’s longest reigning Democrat Royal Families.

In Chicago, convictions like this are known as term limits.

I am a big fan of term limits – any way I can get them.

Reader Comments (3)

Wonder if the Rite Reverend's golden child collected any memorabilia down in the Dominican Republic. Why, those are the kinds of gifts that keep on giving.
– C. dog hermetically sealed in body bag so only keeps the memories
February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
dog:

Bipolar disease is not a laughing matter. It is contageous.

Ms. Golden Child picked up a wicked case from her husband the CONgressman.

My question is: What did Jackson do that any other Chicago thug hasn't?

There must be more to this.

Maybe he promised to leave and let the seat go to another crook or something but backed out.
February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Evidently, what happens in Chicago no longer remains in Chicago. I guess the payoff money wasn't sufficient to counter the offer from the tabloid press. Too bad New Hamsters doesn't have one of those to keep the pressure on exploring voting mythology of "clean" elections.
– C. dog
February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

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