Rep. Joe Sestak may want to join Harry Reid in the United States Senate, but he thinks the majority leader could demonstrate, well, better leadership. He also was not bashful about sharply criticizing Sen. Ben Nelson and the rest of the Senate Democrats as lacking courage.
Read More →
Sestak (D-PA) is battling Sen. Arlen Specter for the Democratic primary nomination in the Keystone State, going into rebel mode with calls to "fix the leadership problem" in the Senate.
TPMDC spent about 30 minutes interviewing Sestak Friday about health care and the political landscape in Pennsylvania. After hearing his pointed critique of the process, I asked him who in the Senate would make a better majority leader than Harry Reid.
After a long silence, Sestak offered, "I don't know them all well enough. I like Jack Reed. ... No one jumps to mind."