Sestak's painted himself into a corner
Reader comment on: Bill Clinton and the Sestak Scandal
Submitted by AST (United States), May 28, 2010 12:59
He was running against Washington during the primary by taking on Specter, and his story then was told to reveal the corruption of Washington. But now he needs or wants help from the Democrats in Washington and so he's trying to practice scandalus interruptus. How will that go over with voters who are sick of incumbents? If I had voted for him in the primary expecting him to help clean up Washington, I wouldn't do so now. He's basically an incumbent running for a higher office and intends to become part of the same old same old.
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