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Fund-raiser: Jackson told me to approach Blagojevich with $6 million offer

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A political fund-raiser told authorities U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. told him to approach Rod Blagojevich with a $6 million offer for the Senate seat. It's an allegation Jackson steadfastly denies.

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What is up with Fitzgerald??? Is he the slowest moving prosecutor or is he protecting JJJ??? The only time Fitzgerald has acted with any kind of speed was with his arrest of Rod which I always found suspicious...Did he arrest Rod to protect JJJ or Obama??? I hope the Republicans win Congress and there is an ivestigation into the U.S.Attorney's office...They should be held to a higher standard and I don't think Fitzgerald is any better than the defendants.

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