Be careful what you ask for

The other day during a radio interview, Congressmen Jesse “Little Lord Fauntleroy” Jackson boldly demanded the Feds “bring it on”.  He was referring to allegations he tried to buy a vacant senate seat from Rod Blagojevich.  Well, it is being brought on; not by the feds, but by media sources.  It appears Fauntleroy directed a fundraiser to offer Blago millions for the seat vacated by President Obama.  Ah, the good old Chicago Way.  But wait!  There’s more!

It appears the fundraiser, Raghuveer Nayak, also paid for two trips from Washington D.C. to Chicago for a “social acquaintance” of Jackson’s.  At Jackson’s request, no less.  It also appears the “social acquaintance” flew to Chicago several other times and Jackson reimbursed her for the travels.  The “social acquaintance”, Giovana Huidobro, was interviewed by the FBI about the trips.  She is a Washington D.C. restaurant hostess.

That “social acquaintance” happens to be a good looking blonde.  My my.  Who would have imagined?  Little Lord Fauntleroy has a good looking blonde “social acquaintance” he flies around the country.  Is “social acquaintance” the new media euphemism for mistress, nookie, or bimbo?  Will more salacious details will be coming out now?  Bring it on?  Junior, you asked for it.

Oh the woe!  The sad family tale.  Poor Sandi Jackson. The struggling, loving wife, trying to survive in cruel Chicago.  At home, raising the kids on a meager Congressman’s salary.  Clipping coupons.  Buying the kids hand me down clothes from Salvation Army.  Toiling away at a part time job as a Chicago Alderman to make ends meet.  Earning a measly two grand a week.  While her husband is jetting blonde bimbos across the country to socialize.  “Oh Junior, “you have some splaining to do!” 

Bring it on?  Looks like Little Lord Fauntleroy got more than he asked for. 



About Peter V. Bella

Peter V. Bella is a passionate cook and photographer. Mr. Bella started cooking as a child with his parents. He has taken professional courses through the years. Mr. Bella a a freelance photojournalist and writer based in Chicago.
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