Last week, I noted that Karl Rove's insistence that the Obama administration violated a statute that "prohibits a federal official from interfering... with the nomination or election for office" with its offer to Rep. Joe Sestak appeared to implicate him in numerous similar "crimes" during his tenure at the Bush White House. But it gets better: Back in 2004, Rove reportedly offered Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) a Cabinet post, which would have prevented the senator from standing for re-election.
Somehow, this reported offer did not result in Sean Hannity detailing numerous "crimes" the Bush administration had committed or Dick Morris claiming that an "impeachable offense" had taken place. I know you're shocked.
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