- PublicServant - Wednesday, Jan 26, 22 @ 7:06 am:
After failing to answer the question about why he let “them” take it in the first place, Richard Irvin takes credit for “Taking it back” … after the downtown was looted, police cars and businesses burned, and the rioters, who we’re given carte blanche to loot as officers were told to stand by, got tired, and left to log in to Ebay.
Wow. Such a powerful leader. Waiting for his next ad. As Russia prepared to launch an attack on Crimea I parachuted into the breach point and fought the Russians to a standstill. Then I had a nice lunch that Mr Griffen paid for. He’s got my vote for sure
- Bruce( no not him) - Wednesday, Jan 26, 22 @ 7:18 am:
Looks like all of the Republican candidates will start out their Primary campaigns by running against Gov Pritzker. If their “soft on crime” message resonates, his poll numbers will likely be impacted negatively and could create residual damage for other Democratic candidates in 2022.
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Does anyone else get aggravated by this level of Spam? I’ve had 4 campaigns send me unsolicited text messages. I didn’t sign up for their lists, so leave my phone alone. For me, that’s 4 candidates who automatically lost my support.
= Does anyone else get aggravated by this level of Spam? I’ve had 4 campaigns send me unsolicited text messages. I didn’t sign up for their lists, so leave my phone alone. For me, that’s 4 candidates who automatically lost my support. =
Of course JB’s made some mistakes and has some things to answer for. DCFS & Veterans Affairs comes to mind immediately. But corruption? Come on. I thinks he’s the starightest governor in my lifetime. That goes back to Kerner.
Edgar was straight, but had Collins wrapped around his neck. Quinn wanted to be straight, but like Beetle had a case of “good for thee but not for me.”