30 January 2009

Bye Bye Blago

He is no longer the governor, though he plans to stick around and "fight for the people." The former governor, in addition to his questionable opinion on the lawful ownership of firearms, did himself in with standard Chicago-style politics. Only the world has changed and the people -- even in Chicago -- won't stand for it any more.

He still faces federal criminal charges on trying to sell to the highest bidder the U.S. Senate seat vacated by now President Barack Obama.

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