The lamestream media told you:
"AP -- Jesse Jackson Concerned About Bush's Last Months -- The Rev. Jesse Jackson said he is concerned about executive orders from president Bush in his last few months in office and the effect they could have on the incoming administration... he also criticized the federal bailout of the financial industry and called for Bush to help the ailing auto industry." http://tinyurl.com/6cfod5
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
While Mr. Jackson is concerned about president Bush's executive orders, half the country is concerned about a mountain of executive orders Barack Obama is expected to release immediately on taking office. A team is known to be working on masses of these, a point Jackson omitted in his partisan political comments after a church sermon, fawningly reported by lamestream reporters. Experts expect him to say nothing about these when they are released -- but the Uninvited Ombudsman plans to.
Executive orders are supposed to be a minor tool for running an office but have morphed to an entire legislative branch of government not found in the Constitution. No arrests have been made, no investigations are planned, and neither party seems to mind since they are equally guilty of the tactic.
In other news, Jackson criticized the Wall Street bailout, even though that is on hold while the czars who have seized control of the federal treasury backtrack and try to decide what to do with the galaxy-class fortune Congress gave them without oversight. Why Jackson would criticize one bailout and support another was unclear. Jackson has no known credentials in economics or high finance, a factor the lamestream media overlooked in covering the statements from the monochrome victimhood promoter, alleged for decades to be a racist and extortionist.
In other news, Jackson, who is unrelated to Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan, Andrew Jackson and Action Jackson, apologized for nasty remarks he made about Barack Obama, saying he didn't know his remarks were being recorded.