Mr. Cobb's Many JobsEdit
NASA Inspector GeneralEdit
Despite never having set foot in Texas (or Yale), The Greatest President Ever nominated Mr. Cobb for the office of NASA's Inspector General (IG). The congress obeyed and on April 22, 2002 Mr. Cobb momentarily exited the revolving door.
As Inspector General, Mr. Cobb is a member of the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency, which allowed him to observe the Columbia Accident Investigation Board giving it three stars and saying it the show was "good holiday fun".
While serving the president as NASA IG, Mr. Cobb was brow-beaten by democrats in June, 2007. His testimony was because of the NASA part of his job, not the integrity part.
Associate Council to the PresidentEdit
Mr. Cobb was previously Associate Counsel to the President.
Mr. Cobb diligently administered the observation of accusations of conflict of interest and financial disclosure clearance processes for candidates for nomination to Senate-confirmed positions.