It appears nothing is off-limits. Even a sick child with a brain tumor. The Hill: "Weldon also suggested Sestak should have sent his daughter to a h
April 4, 2006

It appears nothing is off-limits. Even a sick child with a brain tumor.

The Hill:

"Weldon also suggested Sestak should have sent his daughter to a hospital in Philadelphia or Delaware, rather than the Washington hospital. Sestak said that as soon as doctors give his daughter the all-clear, he’ll buy in Pennsylvania."

Read Sestak's response to Curt. Here's a snipet.

"I believe these medical choices should be left in the hands of parents and family members throughout the country and not in the hands of beauracrats, special interests and especially not in the hands of politicians like Curt Weldon...read on"

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