DRIVE THE STAKE INTO THERE HEARTS? Then who's going to keep the democrats under check? If you haven't been paying attention, you'll not be informed by the media of the growing pattern of corruption with our new Democrat leadership:
12. Obama's auto industry adviser, Steven Rattner is linked to NY pension fund pay-to-play probe: http://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory?id=7361490
11. In the ongoing federal Blagojevich corruption case, candidate Jesse Jackson Jr. is under investigation for offering to raise $5 million for Obama's vacant senate seat. Excerpt: "At first he denied it, but now it seems his denials were in vain." http://www.puma08.com/2009/04/13/jesse-jackson-jr-barack-obamas-campaign-muscle-offered-blago-6-million-for-obamas-seat/
10. Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius (D-KS), Obama's pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services in now under investigation concerning misuse of $713,000 in extra Medicaid funds . . . at a time when no Medicaid funds existed? http://www.noquarterusa.net/blog/2009/03/19/kathleen-sebeliuss-political-cronyism-problem-obama-appointee-to-hhs-may-have-misused-medicaid-funds/comment-page-1/
9. Impeached/ removed governor Blagojevich appointed candidate Senator Roland Burris who now acknowledges a deeper contacts with Blagojevich allies after initially portraying himself as a surprise pick for the controversial seat the former governor is accused of trying to sell. http://irishspy.typepad.com/public_secrets/2009/02/culture-of-corruption-watch.html
8. The infamous and soon to be convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, who was impeached and ousted, has been indicted on charges he engaged in a "wide-ranging scheme to deprive the people of Illinois of honest government." http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/04/02/blagojevich-indicted-federal-corruption-charges/
7. Upon the announcement of Obama's Labor secretary nominee; Rep. Hilda Solis, her husband rushed to resolve a 16 year tax liens against his business paying $6,400.
6. New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson; Obama's initial choice as Commerce Secretary, stepped aside because of a federal grand jury investigating of kickbacks of a financial firm which improperly won more than $1.4 million in work for the state of New Mexico shortly after making contributions to political action committees of Bill Richardson.
5. Treasury Secretary designee Tim Geithner’s on Nov. 21, 2008, Geithner paid $25,970 in these overdue taxes plus interest after being notified in 2006 by the IRS that he owed self-employment taxes and interest for 2003 and 2004.
4. Health Secretary Nominee Tom Daschle’s abruptly withdrew his nomination following an admission that he failed to pay about $140,000 in back taxes. $70,000 unpaid taxes.
3. Obama's nominee to be chief performance officer; Nancy Killefer, withdrew her nomination following the revelation that she had a $946.69 lien on her property in 2005 for failure to pay taxes.
2. Senator Christopher Dodd was among several high-profile federal officials who got loans on favorable terms from now-failed mortgage giant Countrywide Financial Corp., he's been sought to set the record straight by releasing his mortgage papers but after 6 months still hasn't.
1. Democratic senatorial candidate Al Franken who's Minnesota Senate seat is in dispute has admitted to owing $ 50,000 in back taxes, interest, and penalties.