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Chicago thug politics and the liberal double standard

Posted by Liberty on December 9, 2008

Details Of Complaint Against Blagojevich

First of all, just more evidence of how corrupt Chicago politics are.  Eventually more of us are going to regret electing a president that comes from this kind of farm team.  Also, if Blagojevich were a Republican, the headline would be “Details of Complaint Against Republican Blagojevich” and the words “Republican,” “GOP,” “Right-wing” and Conservative would be used copiously.  Because he’s a Democrat and this story is bad news about him, the fact that he’s a Democrat is buried.  In fact, just using Ctrl+F to search the text of this story, I didn’t find the word “Democrat” anywhere!

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2 Responses to “Chicago thug politics and the liberal double standard”

  1. Blagojevich has been so successful at making himself and his office look ridiculous that about a million people are now able to remember and maybe even spell his crazy name — that’s sort of like an accomplishment, right?

  2. Liberty said

    Coffee fiend, thanks for the comment. You’re correct–not too long ago, I wouldn’t have been able to pronounce Blagojevich, let alone spell it. I like how he’s now referred to as Blago in many places…I think because it reminds me of Bluto, as in John Belushi’s character in the movie Animal House. It seems to fit. Can’t you picture Blago drunk in a frat house somewhere? Or instigating a food fight in the cafeteria? He is definitely an instigator, that’s for sure.

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