FAIL: Bill Clinton`s Endorsement Record ~ The Kiss of Death

Mega THANKS to the Free Republic and Roll Call’s  work on this, see each finger wagging point and side-smile smirk — picture — of Slick Willie from the specific campaign at the source:

  • Hillary Clinton 2008 Democrat Presidential Primary. (Lost to Democrat Barack Obama)
  • Terry McAuliffe 2009 VA Dem Gov Primary. (Lost to Democrat Craig Deeds)
  • Craig Deeds 2009 VA Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Bob McDonell)
  • Jon Corzine 2009 NJ Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Chris Christie)
  • Martha Coakley 2010 (Special Election) MA Dem U.S. Senate Nominee. (Lost to Republican Scott Brown)
  • Kendrick Meeks 2010 FL Dem U.S. Senate Nominee. (Lost to Republican Marco Rubio)
  • Alex Sink 2010 FL Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Rick Scott)
  • Virg Bernero 2010 MI Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Rick Snyder)
  • Ted Strickland 2010 OH Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican John Kasich)
  • Mike McWherter 2010 TN Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Bill Haslam)
  • Lee Fisher 2010 OH Dem U.S. Senate Nominee. (Lost to Republican Rob Portman)
  • Jack Conway 2010 KY Dem U.S. Senate Nominee. (Lost to Republican Rand Paul)
  • Joe Sestak 2010 PA Dem U.S. Senate Nominee. (Lost to Republican Pat Toomey)
  • Dan Onorato 2010 PA Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Tom Corbett)
  • Rory Reid 2010 NV Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Brian Sandoval)
  • Diane Denish 2010 NM Dem Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Susana Martinez)
  • Tom Barrett 2012 (Recall) WI Den Gov Nominee. (Lost to Republican Scott Walker)

Joe Sesteck Offered Job to Bow Out of Race Against Specter (SideNote: Rick Sanchez Full of Himself)

BigGovernment.com h/t:

WASHINGTON (AP) – What job did the White House offer Democratic Rep. Joe Sestak if he skipped the Pennsylvania Senate primary and who made the offer?

Sestak isn’t saying—and the White House only says “nothing inappropriate” took place.

Sestak won his party’s Senate nomination last week. His opponent was longtime Sen. Arlen Specter, who ditched the GOP last year and became a Democrat.

Sestak says the White House offered him a job—he’s not saying what it was—if he would leave Specter alone.

White House spokesman Robert Gibbs isn’t saying if Sestak was offered a job, but he does say White House lawyers and others have looked into the matter.

Gibbs was on CBS’ “Face the Nation” while Sestak was on CBS and on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”