No doubt Obama Administration officials were hoping their ‘clarifying’ disclosures just before the three-day weekend would make the Sestak scandal go away.
But like the President’s Memorial Day speech, that game was rained out as well.
Today, there are renewed calls for answers and investigations, and there are new revelations the Administration offered a federal job to Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff if he, like Sestak, would step out of a campaign in deference to a candidate preferred by the President.
From the AP report on the Romanoff matter:
The new revelation of a possible political trade again called into question President Barack Obama’s repeated promises to run an open government that was above back room deals.