JESSE JACKSON JR RESIGNS FROM CONGRESS...WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHT'S??

Jesse Jackson Jr.'s resignation from Congress might end his once-promising political career but it doesn't mark the end of troubles for the civil rights icon's son.

Just two weeks after voters re-elected him to a ninth full term, Jackson on Wednesday sent his resignation letter to House Speaker John Boehner, citing his ongoing treatment for bipolar disorder and admitting "my share of mistakes" while confirming publically for the first time that he's under a federal probe and cooperating with investigators.
 
The federal investigation is reportedly into possible misuse of campaign funds, but Jackson was also under a House Ethics Committee investigation over dealings with imprisoned ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, but it was unclear how the committee would proceed with the resignation. The committee could still decide to release a final report with their findings, but they no longer have the power to punish him.
 
Jackson, 47, was never charged with wrongdoing and in his resignation letter wrote, "they are my mistakes and mine alone."

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His I no it feels like- Somebodies watching me old 80's song looking ass should step down.....lol

if this make him happy then so be it.

joke in the last comment but damn- I guess some people cant handle the pressures of that magnitude of power. or some congress get caught in scandal. and retire/reframe from shameful sinning.......lol

Great post @ Raingdastakes!!!!!!

THANKS DMACK..YOU KNOW ME...THERE IS MORE TO THIS LOL..

DADDYMACK said:

Great post @ Raingdastakes!!!!!!

LMAO I KNOW RIGHT. SEEMS PARANOID. MUCH LUV, MZ TEFLON
 
DADDYMACK said:

His I no it feels like- Somebodies watching me old 80's song looking ass should step down.....lol

GREAT POST SIS! MUCH LUV, MZ TEFLON

dam i hurd about this. i jus wish um the best wit everything and whatever he chooses 2 do. #Chilly :-)

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