Wednesday, October 1, 2008

But Lou Is Going To The Hall Of Fame...

Not the Hall of Shame!


It's been said before, when the Governor doesn't filter prospective comments through his spokespeople, the output can be ridiculous.

"Sometimes when I'm arguing with the Legislature, I feel like Lou Piniella arguing with the umpires. Some of the times I have to make decisions as governor, I ask myself, 'What would Lou do?' Then I make some decisions,'' Blagojevich said.

He's all ours Illinois...

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The Five Things I Know Today

1 - Mrs. Rod Blagojevich will be indicted for her shady (illegal) dealings in real estate. Rezko is going to give the Feds the dots to connect.

2 - Mr. Blagojevich will be pressured to resign, and he will.

3- Mr. Quinn will assume the office in 207 Statehouse, live in the Mansion, and quite possibly may make in a difference in getting Illinois' finances back in order.

4 - Congress will pass a bailout. Why? Because if they didn't, most of the members stand to lose quite a bit of money. And the rich needs us humps to make them money. They don't want to see us in 21st century Hoovervilles.

5 - Child molesters, killers, abductors...all should be shot in a public square. Don't argue with me. They are not able to rehabilitated and they pose a threat to you, me, and anyone they come in contact with. Anyone who stuffs kids in a freezer has got a serious malfunction going on and doesn't deserve the life God gave them.

And don't argue with me about the God thing either.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Rezko - Here Until Election Day

Because of the timing of Rezko's sentencing, this will be an issue in play over the next few weeks, and I would expect to hear about it in a debate. While the ad is not getting much in shock factor, it brings Rezko into the campaign again.

Rezko is the exception, a major albatross for Obama. He was a key fundraiser for Obama and sold him a patch of land adjacent to Obama's home -- a deal that the Democratic nominee has called a "boneheaded mistake." But the Chicago businessman, who was convicted of corruption charges in June, was not under investigation at the time of these dealings.

Thank God He Called A Special Session

Because natuarally, nothing ever gets done unless he is the point guard.

Personally, I would never want to catch up to anything the Illinois Governor has done over the past few years...

“The General Assembly didn’t really move the ball forward. They only followed my lead and are just now catching up with something that I did two months ago,” Blagojevich said in a statement.