"A moral compass for our great ship of state is the beacon most needed today," Mr. Sestak said. "It's a marvelous fabric we Americans have woven together throughout the centuries. I know there is a tear in that fabric right now; but it can be repaired by someone who can lead, and therefore unite, all Americans."
"Discouraged? Come on. With any kind of exposure we're going to do all right," he recently told the Philadelphia Inquirer.