It's the Cover-up

The Attorney General is refusing to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate what job may have been offered to Congressman Sestak to get out of the race against Arlen Specter.

Sestak, a former vice admiral in the Navy, first alleged in February that the White House offered him a high-ranking position in the administration last summer if he would sit out the primary against Specter, who won the backing of the White House and state Democratic leaders for switching parties.
Congressman Darrell Issa thinks the White House offer, and the cover-up that's going on now, could be impeachable offenses, and he's wondering what ever happened to the transparency promised by Hope & Change.
Democratic Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, a close ally of the president, said Sestak can't continue to lay out the charge without backing it up. "At some point, Congressman Sestak needs to make it clear what happened," he said. Issa said this allegation is bigger than the Senate race. "For Joe Sestak, he can dance around it and he may or may not be a senator," he said. "But for the White House, this problem's not going away. Adm. Sestak is in fact a very reliable source."
This ruthless Democratic machine must be stopped. Perhaps this is the scandal that can do the job.