posted on May, 28 2010 @ 12:32 PM
Here is what I see it:
Sestak was offered a position to advise the President of the United States of America. Only the President can offer said position to people, not the
chief of staff, not a former President of the United States, only the sitting President of the United States of America. As long as there is silence,
the questions will still be there, if such a question was asked of Sestak or not, on both sides, as to who said what and when such was brought up.
And even if former President Bill Clinton did do this, then his wife's position as Secretary of State, is now in jeapordy, as it will reflect badly