Hotline OnCall's Reid Wilson raises a point about Rep. Joe Sestak: now that he's the Democrats' Senate nominee in Pennsylvania, the questions about whether the White House offered him a job as Navy secretary, in (unofficial) exchange for not challenging Sen. Arlen Specter, aren't going away. Had Sestak lost, this wouldn't be in the spotlight so much. It's a criticism of the White House that extends beyond the Keystone State, and it doesn't appear to be fading after Robert Gibbs and David Axelrod have stonewalled questions about it, asserting that the matter has been looked into and no one did anything wrong.

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