October 27, 2008, - 10:44 am

Another Dark Side of an Obama Presidency: “U.S. Senator” Jesse Jackson, Jr.

By Debbie Schlussel
Yet another dismal symptom of a Barack Obama presidency might be a horror flick appropriately entitled, “Nightmare: Son of Jesse”.
It’s official. If Barack Obama wins, Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr., progeny of racist, anti-Semitic loon (and White people’s salad spitter) Jesse Jackson, announced he will push to be the replacement for Obama in the U.S. Senate from Illinois. The Senator’s replacement would be chosen by Illinois liberal Democratic Governor Rod Blagojevich, who is tight with both Obama and the Jackson klan.
Goodbye, Senator Barack Hussein Obama . . .


Hello, Senator Jesse Jackson? . . .

Like Father, Like Son: Jesse Jackson, Sr. & Jr.

While Jackson Jr. is slightly less offensive and more diplomatic than his father and isn’t as anti-Israel, all things are relative. Jesse Jr. is a far-left semi-less-unpalatable version of daddy.
Yes, a Barack Obama victory in November isn’t just a tragedy for America at its pinnacle of political leadership. It’s also a strong splash in a puddle, with many very painful ripples. Among them, a likely “U.S. Senator Jesse Jackson”.
On the bright side, since Obama is to the far left of any U.S. Senator–including Socialist Bernie Sanders of Vermont–Jesse Jackson, Jr. might just be to the right of Barack Hussein Obama’s votes in the U.S. Senate. But, as I said, everything is relative. This guy–Jackson, Jr.–is the Left of the Left.
Best to allow Obama to remain in the U.S. Senate rather than giving him moving trucks to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Birds of a feather; and OBomba will pull every string to get the son of the devil in.
(How does The Daley Machine keep all these Black racists in line,to keep them from taking over chicago,and doing to it,what other Black racists did to Detroit?)

OldSchoolW on October 27, 2008 at 11:55 am

Unfortunately this is a very definite possibility.
Blagojevich is in trouble with everyone. There is talk of impeaching him, and there are rumors the Rezko either snitched on Blagojevich or Rezko snitched on someone else who snitched on Blagojevich and that Patrick Fitzgerald (The prosecutor who indicted Scooter Libby) is about to indict him (some good news – some of these same rumors are implying that Obama is also being looked at in the same investigation).
At any rate even if Blagojevich escapes indictment he faces a very real primary threat and the Jackson family might be using this to blackmail him (This is just my own theory – I have not seen it anywhere else).
Regarding two other candidates mentioned in the linked to article, Schakowsky (whose husband is a convicted felon) is my congresswomen. She is as liberal as they get and is a complete and utter moron. I was told a month ago that Duckworth would be the choice by someone I know who is involved in Democratic party politics. She is an Iraqi war veteran who lost both legs in service to her country. I am not familiar with her politics.

I_am_me on October 27, 2008 at 12:59 pm

Deb, I wouldn’t be too down on JJ Jr. He chewed out his dad for making disparaging remarks about Obama:
ìReverend Jackson is my dad and Iíll always love him. He should know how hard that Iíve worked for the last year and a half as a national co-chair of Barack Obamaís presidential campaign. So, I thoroughly reject and repudiate his ugly rhetoric. He should keep hope alive and any personal attacks and insults to himself.î

Norman Blitzer on October 27, 2008 at 1:07 pm

“Someone please make it stop!”
George Costanza

Ripper on October 27, 2008 at 1:27 pm

I can understand people’s hesitancy about Obama and respect their right to strongly be against his quest for the presidency. However, I think the whole trend of demonizing a political opponent or calling them racist if we disagree with them is getting a little old (and that applies to both sides of the political spectrum). For example, when Democrats were swept out of office during the “Reagan Revolution”, they only had themselves, their poor forecasting of national political trends and moods, and their poor governance to blame. As far as this year’s race, I think a comedian on one of the cable networks nailed it the other night when he said:
“I hear these folks saying Obama is this and Obama is that and he’s the anti-Christ and he’s a liberal socialist and he’s only going to be for the Black people. But look, this country is only what…12% Black, so it ain’t Black people putting Obama in office! Just look all over the Web…Republicans and conservatives are in a tizzy over this guy! But I mean, come on people….think about it….if you can’t beat some Black guy with a Muslim name who nobody knew four years ago, you really need to look at what’s wrong with you instead of what’s wrong with Obama!”
I thought that was pretty hilarious and very insightful….

JibberJabber on October 27, 2008 at 1:41 pm

I love how the liberals and Madonna alike are using the anti-christ, and Hitler analogies to define John McCain. First and foremost, since Obama claims to be a “Christian” he should be aware that the bible states rather firmly that the second comming, or new Messiah will be the anti-christ. If I were him I’d be telling people to stop referring to him as the Messiah, but apparentlly his “bible” makes no mention of that.
Secondly, in reference to Hitler, the “O” sign that people are making above their heads is also the sign that followers of Hitler made before the salute became so popular.
These days I feel like I’m living in the twilight zone.

wolf2012 on October 27, 2008 at 2:17 pm

GUILT THE VOTE 2008. “History will be made.” Code for “Vote for Obama, he is the Black man and that will be history.” We all want to be on the right side history riiiight?
I think you will be right about Jackson, Jr being the next senator out of Illinois. The libs cant have a senate without a Black Member. Or remember Jackson, Sr will “cut his nuts off” in reference to Obama.

californiascreaming on October 27, 2008 at 4:49 pm

One interesting sidenote; OldSchoolW writes about the Daley machine. Daley is generally considered a moderate Democrat -=- yet although he is probably the most influential Democrat in the state, Illinois is dominated by liberal Democrats, the Governor, Senator Turbin, and the very leftist members of Congress. If Daley was really a moderate in substance, not just in tone, there would probably be other moderates around. This is something that the nominally Republican speechwrites who are now in essence supporting Obama don’t seem to understand. Leftism is an inherent part of the structure of the Democratic Party. It will dominate regardless of the candidate or the campaign promises.

c f on October 27, 2008 at 9:06 pm

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