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CNN's Rick Sanchez tried valiantly to squeeze a straight answer out of Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) on his charges that the White House tried to bribe him out of the PA Democrat Senate primary against Sen. Arlen Specter. The people of Pennsylvania should be proud of their straight-shooting congressman and newly-minted Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate.
Originally posted by Libertygal
He also may be holding out for the presidential elections.
Wouldn't that be rich?
Originally posted by Afterthought
Please get rid of him, Pennsylvanians! Vote this loser out.
You guys did well outing one ~ time to replace #2. Try, try again. It all seems as though everything's getting to be a gamble anyways. Make me proud to say I'm from my home state. I am so far , so keep it going!
"It's interesting. I was asked a question about something that happened months earlier, and I felt that I should answer it honestly, and that's all I had to say about it." Sestak said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "Anybody else has to decide on what they will say upon their role. That's their responsibility."
Yet Sestak confirmed to NBC's David Gregory that the incident did take place.
"I was offered a job, and I answered that," Sestak said. "Anything that goes beyond that is for others to talk about."