Here's where it gets MORE INTERESTING...Click HERE and read the article if you've got a few minutes, it's not too long and you'll get the gist of his 'reporting' in the first few paragraphs...but, THEN READ THE COMMENTS SECTION!!!!! I am stunned, delighted, and hopeful. Time Mag is not a Conservative magazine so you will be shocked to see what its commenters think of the Sestak situation and Grumwald's writing. Do yourself a favor, it'll give you a lift!
UPDATE: Most of you have heard by now that this morning's story is that this was all CLINTON! HE is the one who offered Sestak something....but, wait....why didn't they just say that immediately when all this came up? AHA, I just saw this statement at the very end of my linked article: "One thing is clear, though: If White House officials weren't at least a little worried, they would have released this information at some other time than the Friday before a holiday weekend." Why, indeed?
ANOTHER UPDATE: From THIS ARTICLE:
"White House Counsel Robery Bauer on Friday rejected claims that Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak was offered a top administration job in return for dropping his Democratic primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter.
In a memo released by the White House, Bauer says his office has "concluded that allegations of improper conduct rest on factual errors and lack a basis in law," and runs through the various potential positions that have been reported to have been offered to Sestak, who defeated Spcter for the Senate Democratic nomination earlier this month."
Is this it? Does America just say "Oooooh, I SEE...the White House rejects any claims of impropriety" ?? Did that happen for Bush? Did it happen for "I did not have sex with that woman" Clinton? REALLY? is that it? Or does the White House think that's that?