I watched the entire press conference yesterday. Now, people like Wayne Madsen hate Fitzpatrick; he says in his latest post that Fitzpatrick "let Karl Rove get away." We all know Rove is toilet scum. However, Obama is right up there on the charts. Anyway, having watched the press conference, there was some tap dancing going on about "others."
 
I watched and listened real carefully. Body language says a lot when someone is at a podium speaking. Fitzpatrick is very leveled out. Both he and his associate said Illinois is THE most corrupt state of the Union. Repeated it a couple of times. To me, that comment spoke volumes.
 
Anyone following Obama's rise to stardom and all his affiliations can't ignore the likelihood he's going to drown in his own corruption. Arrogance and greed. I refer back to the diagram of Obama and his connections:
 
http://www.muckety.com/saved-map/Obama-and-Ayers-and-Sidley-Austin-LLP/6C510F94FE22828CAEDCF0DFCDF77701.map?big=true
 
I think Gov Blagojevich's wife is vulnerable to prosecution; read the complaint. Perhaps she'll want to cut a deal to stay out of a federal prison to take care of their two adorable little girls. Sad.
 
Rezko, I'm betting, is the leaking pipe in the back ground. The pot boils and Obama is looking more stressed by the day.
 
Hot off the press this morning:
 
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=83223
 
 
YOUR GOVERNMENT AT WORK
What did Obama know ... and when did he know it?
Unanswered questions alarm anti-corruption investigators

"This is a burgeoning crisis for Obama that should shake his presidency to its core," said Tom Fitton, chief of the Judicial Watch organization today.

"The criminal complaint filed today indicates that Obama and his team knew about Blagojevich's efforts to sell Obama's Senate seat," he said.

"Did Obama report Blagojevich to investigators about any efforts to sell his Senate seat?" Fitton asked.

"ABC's Jake Tapper also expressed concern over the same issue."