Sestak Talks About His future, Or Rather Doesn't
Among the things we don't learn:
1. Why does he, a private citizen, have a spokesperson?
2. Does he really think that U.S. Patent Office will be the source of such significant revenue and opportunity that doubling the size staff there will make United States of America a significantly better place.
3. Would he run the U.S. Patent Office if President Obama offered him the job?
4. If the rise of the Tea Parties was a signal that the American people were losing "faith" in both political parties, why did Tea Partiers overwhelmingly vote for Republican candidates?
5. How would he propose to get the U.S. government's unsustainable entitlement spending under control?
6. What does he think of President Obama's universally scorned budget proposal?
7. Who paid for his "Thank You" tour of Pennsylvania?
8. In what state does he plan to live next year?
9. In what state does he think his dog, Belle, will be living next year?