http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110124/ap_ … or_emanuel
LOL How much you want to bet the left finds a way to skirt the law? After all, the left believes the laws don't apply to the ruling elites.... laws are just for the people! LOL
I'm soooo glad he can't be mayor!
I'm confused, according to you the ruling elite is your lot, the right. The left are all cheeky young upstarts according to you.
Well, the left won't be bothered by any stinkin laws....this is Chicago, home of thug politics. They'll find some way to get good old "Dead Fish" on the ballot.
Interesting take on that--
Congressman Brian Bilbray,(R), Ca. won his first election when he did not even own a home in the distrist he was running to represent. His mother did, but he and his family, lived over 30 miles away. He said he lived at his mother's house, but none of the neighbors recall seeing him. Where does Brian Bilbray Really Live? Link to:
By, the way, 10 News in San Diego is about as conservative as they get...
Bilbray was taken to court, but by the time the case was to be heard (Bilbray's lawyers kept postponing), the courts ruled it was a moot point. He had been sworn in and had been 'serving' for too long...
By the way, do you live in Chicago?
Speaking of dead fish....
Tea Party Express, a California-based political action committee that ran dozens of ads for conservative candidates in the last election cycle, received thousands of dollars in donations from a woman who has been dead for nearly four years, according to a report from the Center for Responsive Politics.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/01/14/tea-p … z1BzrLv1yE
LOL, LMC. The entire Tea Pary is dead. They just don't realize it yet!
I think the IL SC is heavily Democratic, so I'm sure Tiny Dancer will get on the ballot. I think it's pretty obvious that he hasn't been living in Chicago, however. I don't like him, and I'm glad he's away from the POTUS.
Yeah, I have a hard time thinking that Deadfish and his dummycrat cohorts will allow judges and rule of law get in the way of earning more power.
Well look at that! The Illinois Supreme Court granted Deadfish's stay and his name is back on the ballot, even if the court decided he doesn't qualify later on. Somehow, I'm not surprised by this.
I can top that!! One of the REAL Supreme Court...the highest in the land, didn't report his wife's earnings!!!
Yup....Thomas. And his wife worked for a tea-party organization, so she MUST be a real law and orderer type... Ahahahahaha!!
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