Rep. Joe Sestak, the brand-new Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania, and White House press secretary Robert Gibbs each dodged questions Sunday about Sestak's claim that the Obama administration offered him a job last summer if he would skip a primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter.http://www.philly.com/inquirer/front_page/20100524_Sestak__White_House_deflect_job-offer_questions.html#axzz0oqVZ85dj
The issue, with implications of potential illegality by the White House, has rekindled in the five days since Sestak defeated Specter, who fled the Republican Party to seek a sixth term. GOP leaders are pressing Sestak and the administration to provide details of discussions.
There's no need for "more details".
Sestak has already given statements justifying a criminal investigation into whether a bribe was offered. Sestak is either witness to a crime or a liar.
There needs to be a Sestak special prosecutor appointed.