Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Obama continues to stonewall on Sestak job offer

The more Obama stonewalls the more it looks like he has something to hide.

Gibbs said the advisory post at issue “was an unpaid position and didn’t constitute a lot of what you hear,” but he didn’t say precisely what the position offered was.

Pressed on how a widely discussed scenario — where Sestak serving on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board could have been possible while Sestak continued to serve in the House, which is forbidden by the board’s rules — Gibbs said simply, “I’d refer you to the memo.”

If Obama has nothing to hide, why the secrecy over what the job was? Probably because there was no such job offer.

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