Friday, April 23, 2010

Blagojevich wants to call Obama as a witness

Mr. Obama has said no representatives of his had anything to do with alleged deals for the Senate seat, according to the motion. Mr. Blagojevich argues those statements "contradict the testimony of an important government witness."

The filing said the witness was a union representative, without naming the person. Mr. Obama is "the only one who can say if emissaries were sent on his behalf, who those emissaries were, and what, if anything, those emissaries were instructed to do on his behalf," the motion said.

The alleged contradictory information was redacted in Thursday's filing.


Anonymous said...

do you know why MGM keeps going up?

i need to sell only 1 share next time...

Palmoni said...

We keep getting these intraday pullbacks like we did today, but then, the stock always marches higher.

Look how much Singapore is helping LVS. When MGM has the Macau spinoff, and then, when they start hyping their Vietnam casino--and remember that's how bull markets work. They discount, and hype up that which is in the future.

Then throw in MGM's other international properties..and you have a stock that goes higher