Ethics complaint against Sestak

During the primary campaign Rep. Joe Sestak trotted out a few times the charge that the White House had tried to bribe him into not running for the Senate.

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), the top Republican on the Oversight and Government Reform committee, said Sestak needs to explain what job he was offered and who at the White House was involved. Sestak, who beat Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.) in the Democratic Senate primary on Tuesday, said on a Philadelphia radio station in February that the White House offered him a job to drop out of the race. . . .

Either a bribe was offered or it wasn't. If it was true, Sestak will be in trouble for not properly reporting it to the right channels. If he made it up, well . . . .



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